Office harassment: A negative influence on quality of work life

  • Nazir U
  • Qureshi T
  • Shafaat T
  • et al.
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This paper addresses the effect of office harassment on the quality of<br />work life of employees while job stress and organizational commitment<br />were tested as mediators. Results suggested that organizational<br />commitment mediated the relation between office harassment and quality<br />of work life while job stress did not mediate the relationship.<br />Furthermore, analysis confirmed that there existed an inverse<br />relationship between office harassment and quality of work life. In the<br />future, researchers could conduct the study across sectors as well as<br />those sectors where women work under traditional roles settings.




Nazir, U., Qureshi, T., Shafaat, T., & Ilyas, A. (2011). Office harassment: A negative influence on quality of work life. African Journal of Business Management, 5(25), 10276–10285. Retrieved from

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