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  1. Examining Impact of Islamic Work Ethic on Task Performance: Mediating Effect of Psychological Capital and a Moderating Role of Ethical Leadership.Syed Tahir Hussain Rizvi, Mehwish Majeed, Muhammad Irshad & Muhammad Qasim - 2021 - Journal of Business Ethics 180 (1):283-295.
    The twenty-first century has seen an increase in ethical misconduct at the workplace, highlighting the need to stimulate discussion on the role of work ethics. The objective of the current study is to extend the literature on work ethics by examining the role of Islamic work ethic in enhancing the task performance of employees. The current study proposes that psychological capital mediates the relationship between Islamic work ethic and task performance. It is also proposed that ethical leadership might act as (...)
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    Jeopardies of Aversive Leadership: A Conservation of Resources Theory Approach.Tasneem Fatima, Mehwish Majeed & Syed Z. A. Shah - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9:398025.
    The research on the dark side of leadership is still in its infancy. We have contributed to this line of research by proposing that work alienation acts as an underlying mechanism through which aversive leadership results in reduced job performance. We further propose that psychological capital acts as an important personal resource that reduces the negative effects of aversive leadership in the form of work alienation. The proposed model gets its support from the conversation of resources theory given by Hobfoll (...)
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    Relationship Between Problematic Social Media Usage and Employee Depression: A Moderated Mediation Model of Mindfulness and Fear of COVID-19.Mehwish Majeed, Muhammad Irshad, Tasneem Fatima, Jabran Khan & Muhammad Mubbashar Hassan - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    Social media plays a significant role in modern life, but excessive use of it during the COVID-19 pandemic has become a source of concern. Supported by the conservation of resources theory, the current study extends the literature on problematic social media usage during COVID-19 by investigating its association with emotional and mental health outcomes. In a moderated mediation model, this study proposes that problematic social media use by workers during COVID-19 is linked to fear of COVID-19, which is further associated (...)
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