Moderating Effect of Self-Efficacy and Impact of Career Development Practices on Career Success Under the Mediating Role of Career Commitment in the insurance Sector of Pakistan
This research paper is to explore the mediating role of career commitment and moderating effect of self-efficacy between career development practices and career success of employee in insurance sector of Pakistan. Survey method was adopted to collect the data form 374 employees working in insurance sector systematic sampling. PLS-SEM technique was used using Smart PLS 2.0 to analyze data. Findings of this study suggest that employees’ career development practices have positive relationship with career commitment and career success and how self-efficacy effects the career success. Self-efficacy is the beliefs of employees about career success in insurance sector. Finally, career commitment mediates the positive role between career development practices and self-efficacy moderates the career success of insurance sector employees. The effect of career development practices on career commitment and effect of career development practices on career success has been checked in past studies but the mediating role of career commitment and moderating effect of self-efficacy particularly for the employees of insurance sector has not been checked before.
Ahmad Tisman Pasha, Kamal AB Hamid, Arfan Shahzad