Role of Perceived Organizational Support on Job Satisfaction and Transfer of Training: A Study of Public Sector Organizations of Pakistan
Keywords:Job satisfaction, Quantitative, Perceived organizational aid, Public sector companies, Transfer of Training
Role of Organizational Support with satisfaction and effectiveness of the transferring
learning skills through training is one of the debateable area. Still its lot to work on area
which still having impact on transferring of training and both of these variables have
strength to impact of the transfer of the training, so aim of the present study is to find the
impact and relationship of these limited work areas like Organizational support,
satisfaction with transfer of training. Particularly, in the context of Pakistani cultural
environment. Data is being collected from different Public-Sector Organizations working
in Pakistan, because Public Sector Organizations have more structured training
mechanism. The study had been analysed making use of structural equation modelling.
Findings represents that Job satisfaction having a significant impact as a mediating
variable among Perceived Organizational Support and Transfer of training. This study
suggested that POS can enhance workers’ job satisfaction, which results transfer of
training in the workplace. The big relationship between the factors (POS – job
satisfaction – transfer of training) is a most important discovering that has now not been
empirically decided earlier, particularly within the transfer of training literature. The
findings show that job satisfaction performs a principal function as a mediator in the
relationship between POS and transfer of training.’
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