Human capital is the backbone of any business and its behavior
reflects how the company would achieve its goals and objectives in its
business. This study examines the relationship between psychological capital (PC) and
employees’ engagement (EE) with the moderating role of conflict management (CM) in
the financial sector of Pakistan. A questionnaire
composed of established scales were administered to 278
employees in the financial sector, including various
banks, investment companies, real estate companies,
insurance companies, and brokerage firms at Islamabad.
After determining the reliability, the model was analyzed
with the help of correlation and regression. Research
indicates that PC positively influences EE. This
relationship improves further positively when conflicts
are handled effectively. Overall, this effort contributes to
the existing literature on the history of worker’s
involvement by examining the direct impact of PC and
CM on EE and moderation of CM.
1-Muhammad Asif PhD Scholar, Department of Management Sciences,Preston University, Islamabad Campus, Kohat KP, Pakistan.2-Muhammad Azizullah Khan, Assistant Professor, Department of Management Sciences,Preston University, Islamabad Campus, Kohat KP, Pakistan. 3-Malik Adil Pasha Lecturer, Department of Commerce,Federal Urdu University Arts, Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan.