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The paper is structured as follows – the ensuing section elaborates in detail on methods and procedures adopted for this study. This is followed with the section on results. The section that follows discusses and offers research and practical implications. Further, the paper summarises the research with a brief conclusion.

What we explore here is the role of work engagement as a mediator between job performance and PMS. We construe that engaged workers will stay in the organisation and their work engagement can be manifested through higher job performance as a reciprocation towards the employee friendly PMS in any company.


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