Examining the effect of Ethical Leadership on Psychological Well-being of Employees in the Service Sector Organizations of Lahore, Pakistan
Keywords:Ethical Leadership, Employee Psychological Well-Being, Organizational Identification, Service Sector of Pakistan
The present study investigates the impact of ethical leadership on the psychological well-being of employees within service sector firms located in Lahore, Pakistan. The current study examined the mediating role of organizational identification. The present study employs strata that are determined by sector and employee level, as it is limited to white-collar workers who possess the ability to provide insights on ethical leadership. The data obtained from a sample of 230 participants was subjected to analysis. The data analysis encompassed various statistical techniques, such as frequency analysis, descriptive analysis, correlation analysis and regression analysis. There was a significant correlation observed among the study variables. The impact of ethical leadership extends to the mental well-being of employees. The concept of organizational identification also serves as a mediator in their interaction. Given the study's specific focus on service sector companies, its findings hold significant implications for local industries, particularly the service industry. In the concluding remarks of the study, it is suggested that future researchers may address the limitations identified in this research.