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This paper shed light on the relationship between family ostracism, job engagement and task performance in security personnel of different organization of Punjab and the relationship among variables also supported via theory of reciprocity. A historically disregarded subject, family ostracism has significant influence on job engagement and task performance at the workplace. In this study, a specific population or sample is analyzed using a quantitative approach, the respondents of this study are 191 security personnel of different organization of province Punjab and the data was collected through questionnaire by using convenient sampling. Exclusion from life matters threatens fundamental psychological needs with highly detrimental repercussions on individual lives. The ostracized individuals from families have bad impacts on organizational productivity by performing worst. The data was analyzed using linear regression and Hayes Process method in SPSS. The result of the study indicates that Family ostracism impact negatively on the job engagement and task performance. Finding of the study also reveal that job engagement mediate the relationship between family ostracism and task performance to enhance the task performance of the employee.