Role of Psychological Contract Breach in Perceived Organizational Support and Employees’ Performance




Perceived Organizational Support, Psychological Contract Breach, In-Role Performance, Extra Role Performance


The primary objective of this research is to examine the correlation between employees' perceptions of organizational support and their performance in both their in-role and extra-role . Additionally, the moderation of psychological contract breach in this relationship is investigated. The model utilized in this research offers a comprehensive elucidation of the interrelationships among the variables. The education sector of Pakistan is the primary focus of this research. A total of 80% of the faculty staff employed in higher education institutions, encompassing both public and private establishments, participated in the data collection questionnaire. The data is analyzed utilizing descriptive statistics and correlation through the utilization of IBM SPSS 20 software. In order to assess reliability, Cronbach's alpha is employed. In the moderation analysis, the Hayes and Preacher (2013) method was also implemented. The conclusions of the investigation have validated the hypotheses. The discourse encompassed both pragmatic and conceptual implementations.


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Author Biographies

Yasir Aftab Farooqi, University of Gujrat, Pakistan.

Assistant Professor, Department of Management Sciences

Muhammad Khyzer-bin-Dost, University of Lahore, Pakistan.

Associate professor, Lahore Business School




How to Cite

Sylvia, G. R., Salman, S., Farooqi, Y. A., & Khyzer-bin-Dost, M. (2024). Role of Psychological Contract Breach in Perceived Organizational Support and Employees’ Performance. Pakistan Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 12(2), 1001–1015.