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Prof. Dr. Faisal Qadeer publishes on “Employee Responses to Corporate Social Responsibility”
The Head of Research Program at the Lahore Business School (LBS), the University of Lahore, Pakistan, Prof. Dr. Faisal Qadeer got published in a highly ranked journal, in January this year. Dr. Qadeer’s article titled "Getting paid to be good: How and when employees respond to corporate social responsibility?" is published in The Journal of Cleaner Production (JCP) – an ISI indexed journal with a 3-year impact factor 5.651 as per the current Journal Citation Report (JCR) and is ranked among the top 6% of the 12,271 JCR journals. This publication comes as good news to the University because it appears to have the highest impact factor ever in LBS history with the first and second authors from the UOL. 

The increasing interest in understanding the impacts of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on the employee behaviours at a micro level and insufficiency of literature discussing the underlying processes and contingencies of how employees respond to corporate social activities is the rationale behind this research article.  

Prof. Qadeer and his colleagues based their study on the self-enhancement and social-exchange theories to provide a serial mediated moderation process model to analyze the effect of perceived CSR on employees' organizational citizenship behaviour and task performance through organizational pride and identification and contingency of desire to have a significant impact through work.

The researchers carried out four surveys to collect the multiple-response data of middle managers, their colleagues, and their managers. The study found: “That the link between employees perceived CSR and their workplace behaviours is serially mediated by organizational pride and identification and moderated by employees' desire to have a significant impact through work.” The study contributes to the micro-CSR stream of clean production literature by providing a well-developed framework investigated through a rigorous design to understand how and when perceived CSR influence employees' workplace behaviour, having several




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