iRASD Journal of Management <p style="text-align: justify;"><em><span data-contrast="auto">i</span></em><span data-contrast="auto">RASD</span><span data-contrast="auto">&nbsp;Journal of&nbsp;</span><span data-contrast="auto">Management (JOM</span><span data-contrast="auto">) is a</span><span data-contrast="auto">n international</span><span data-contrast="auto">&nbsp;bi-annual double-blind peer</span><span data-contrast="auto">-</span><span data-contrast="auto">reviewed&nbsp;</span><span data-contrast="auto">open access&nbsp;</span><span data-contrast="auto">journal</span><span data-contrast="auto">&nbsp;addressing the issues of&nbsp;</span><span data-contrast="auto">Management published by the International Research Association for Sustainable Development (</span><span data-contrast="auto">iRASD</span><span data-contrast="auto">).<br></span><span data-contrast="auto"><strong>Online ISSN:</strong> 2709-8451<br></span><span data-contrast="auto"><strong>Print ISSN:</strong>&nbsp;2709-8443</span></p> International Research Association for Sustainable Development (iRASD) en-US iRASD Journal of Management 2709-8443 Impact of Perceived Organizational Support on Organizational Commitment among University Employees: Moderating Role of Job Experience <p>The study was aimed to investigate the moderating role of job experience between perceived organizational support and organizational commitment among university employees. The target population was the employees of the Institute of Southern Punjab, Multan, Pakistan. The study was based on a correlational research design. 128 employees were sampled through a simple random sampling technique. Data was collected by survey method through Perceived Organizational Support Scale (POSS) by Eisenberger, Huntington, Hutchison, and Sowa (1986) and Organizational Commitment Questionnaire (Mowday, Steers, &amp; Porter, 1979). Demographic variable job experience was measured as moderating variables between perceived organizational support and organizational commitment. The collected data was analyzed through Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS 23). Correlation, regression, and moderation analysis were used to interpret data statistically. The results revealed a significant correlation between perceived organizational support and organizational commitment. The regression analysis indicated a significant impact of perceived organizational support on organizational commitment. The findings suggest a significant role of moderators (job experience) between organizational support and organizational commitment. Further study in organizational psychology would be recommended in the development of an encouraging and supportive workplace environment for employees.</p> Sadia Iqbal Saadia Zia Umbreen Khizar Copyright (c) 2021 Sadia Iqbal, Saadia Zia, Umbreen Khizar 2021-11-29 2021-11-29 3 3 200 207 10.52131/jom.2021.0303.0038