Does Organizational Change Promote Job Satisfaction of Police Officials in Pakistan? A Quantitative Analysis
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Organizational change is considered ideal to produce unexpected events. Hence, the purpose of this study is to find out the influence of organizational change on employees’ job satisfaction. It also aims to examine the mediating role of perceived stress and psychological uncertainty within the relationship between organizational change towards job satisfaction. The data were collected from 342 police officials of district Rawalpindi working in twenty-nine police stations of eleven circles. Demographics, Validity and Correlation analysis were performed. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) was used for hypothesis testing in the present study. Organizational change was observed to be positively related to the job satisfaction of employees. Moreover, perceived stress and psychological uncertainty were witnessed to be playing a mediating role between organizational change and job satisfaction. This particular research work is considered as one of the first efforts towards examination of organizational change and job satisfaction of police officials along with mediations i.e., perceived stress and psychological uncertainty.