Journal of Academic Research in Education and Review
International Journal of Academic Research in Education and Review
Vol. 4(1), pp. 19-28. January, 2016.
Full Length Research
Role of Demographics on Psychological Contract Breach/ Fulfillment
APCOMS (Army Public College of Management Sciences)
Accepted 12 January 2016
contract fulfillment is one of the essential ingredients for
organizations to prosper in today’s competitive business environment.
This study is focused on the role of demographics on psychological
contract breach/fulfillment. The objective of the study is to assess the
importance being attached to this vital aspect by the employees of
Pakistan Television Corporation Limited. The study group has collected
relevant information through questionnaires. This study investigates
Psychological Contract as independent variables with the trust, job
satisfaction, and turnover as dependent variable and demographics as
moderators and breach /fulfillment as mediator. Hypotheses have been
developed and measured through Questionnaire Methodology to study the
association/relationship of Psychological contract (independent) and
trust, job satisfaction and turnover (dependent variables). The
statistical analysis was performed using correlation, regression
mediation, moderation and descriptive analyses of the data obtained from
respondents through questionnaire 300 sample. The results of the data
collected indicate that if Psychological contract is fulfilled then
trust, job satisfaction, will high excluding turnover but if there is
breach then turnover is more , trust and job satisfaction is less.
Psychological contract have significant impact on employees trust, job
satisfaction and their turnover. The major implications from this
research are that managers PTV needs to foster organizational commitment
ensure Psychological contract fulfillment to reduce employee turnover.
Cite This Article As: Manzoor A (2016). Role of Demographics on Psychological Contract Breach/ Fulfillment. Inter. J. Acad. Res. Educ. Rev. 4(1): 19-28