Restructuring the Relationship between Performance Management and Employee Engagement

Khalid Memon, Bilqees Ghani


This is a conceptual study which would propose a new model exhibiting the relationship between performance management system (PMS) and employee engagement through individual’s psychological perspective, using social exchange process. The article covers the broad spectrum activities of PMS and uses moderations for strengthening its relationship. Further, the impact of personality traits has been studied through big personality model, which paves the way to identify the traits as predictors of Employee Engagement. 

The study opens a new horizon for studying individual traits for getting them engaged. The study implies that even highly neurotic personalities have shown positive and performance oriented behavior while they got the sensation of organizational support and supervisor/leader care and concern. However, future researchers may test the same in different geographical location, demographic features, for instance, age race and gender etc in different cultural settings as individual personality traits vary with the variance of cultural effects as well. 


Performance Management system, empowering leadership, Employee Engagement, personality traits.

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