The Mediating Impact of Organizational Culture on the Association between Performance Management and Employee Retention in Private Commercial Banks of Pakistan
Keywords:Employee Retention, Organizational Culture, Performance Management
The purpose of this research was to develop the association between performance management & employee retention, organizational culture as mediators among private commercial banks of Larkana and Sukkur, Sindh Pakistan. The data collection was through a structured questionnaire which was distributed by hand and HR process among 300 employees in private commercial banks. A total of 350 questionnaires were distributed and returned out of 300 were completely filled that were used to perform regression analysis which recommended a positive relationship between performance management & employee retention. The findings indicated that the identified organizational culture did play a mediating role on performance management & employee retention of banking employees. As suggested by our finding organizational culture infers proper effect on performance management and employee retention of employees.
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