Career Success and Organizational Justice as the Potential Predictors of Perceived University Performance: A Study from Public Sector Universities of Pakistan

Quaisar Ijaz Khan, Abdul Shukor Shamsudin, Syed Soffian Syed Ismail


The main aspiration of the study remained to explore and examine the predictors of perceived university performance. While career success for the faculty members of public sector universities in Pakistan is becoming the area of interest for researchers and academicians. Data were collected from 223 faculty members who are currently serving as faculty members in public sector universities of Pakistan. The results supported the significant positive association of career success and organizational justice with perceived university performance. SEM-PLS technique through, Smart PLS 2.0 applied to explore the results.

Keywords: Career Success, Organizational Justice, Perceived University Performance, Universities, Pakistan.

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