Author: Bazma Ashraf
Supervisor: Tayyeba Nusrat & Tahira Mubashar
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
Moral and monetary deceits emerging in recent years around the world call for reconsidering the role of virtuousness in organizational settings. This empirical study seeks to investigate relationship of personal virtues and organizational culture with productive work behaviors. It was hypothesized that personal virtues and organizational culture are likely to have relationship with productive work behaviors; personal virtues and organizational culture are likely to predict productive work behaviors. Correlational research design was employed. The sample consisted of 200 employees was selected from multinational super marts of Lahore using purposive sampling technique. Findings revealed that personal virtues have no significant relationship with productive work behaviors, while organizational culture has significant relationship with productive work behaviors. On the other hand productive work behaviors were predicted by both personal virtues and organizational culture. The findings have important implication in organizations for human resource department for understanding of culture and employee behaviors.
Keywords: Personal Virtues, Organizational Culture, Productive Work Behavior, Employees.
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