Impact of Flexible Work Arrangements on Work Engagement in Post COVID 19 Scenario: A Case of Technology Focused Entrepreneurial Firms

Authors

  • Muhammad Umar Shahzad Lecturer, Virtual University of Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56536/jebv.v3i1.30

Keywords:

Flexible work arrangements, Paternalistic leadership, Work engagement, Employees mindfulness, Affective commitment

Abstract

After the occurrence of COVID – 19, life has changed. Similarly, the business world has implications and many companies have allowed their employees to work from home and maintain social distancing. All this provided an opportunity for the research scholars of management to address the business issues through their research studies and present applicable recommendations to the managers for a better workplace that can potentially offer flexible work arrangements for better productivity in the future workplace. The current study is an explanatory study that has presented the potential positive outcomes of flexible work arrangements in the form of a positive work engagement resulting from two serial mediation models. PROCESS Macro tool version 3.3 was used to test serial mediation models using model 6 in SPSS for a data sample collected from technology-focused entrepreneurial firms in the post-COVID-19 scenario. Both the serial mediation models were positively significant portraying the dynamics that can enable the perceptions of flexible work engagement in employees for better work engagement.

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Published

2023-02-27

How to Cite

Shahzad, M. U. (2023). Impact of Flexible Work Arrangements on Work Engagement in Post COVID 19 Scenario: A Case of Technology Focused Entrepreneurial Firms . Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Venturing, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.56536/jebv.v3i1.30