Remittances Review

ISSN:2059-6588 | e-ISSN: 2059-6596

ISSN:2059-6588 | e-ISSN: 2059-6596

The Effect of Despotic Leadership on Work-Life Balance of Employees with the Mediating role of Self-Efficacy

Ayesha Khan, Aashi Noor, Priyanka Bajaj, Saima Akhtar
Despotic Leadership, Life Satisfaction, Self-Efficacy ,


Despotic leadership has become another huge issue as far as today’s companies are concerned. The study also tried to find the relationship between the abuse and work-life imbalance, and this relationship was accounted for by efficacy as a mediating variable. This study has a research paradigm, namely post-positivism, because the researcher has invalidated previous research and built his or her theory using strong pieces of evidence that are responsible for this low mediation of the variables. The sample was a randomized one consisting of the bankers of 217 respondents from private banks in Karachi. During this time the Smart PLS was used as a test of the study. Owing to the fact that we highlighted a low existence between self-efficacy and positive work-life balance, therefore, we failed to draw a mediation of self-efficacy relationship between despotic leadership and work-life balance. Hence, based on the information retrieved from Karachi branch private bank, Pakistan, we can surely say there is no mediation effect of self-efficacy among the two parameters. There is a considerable amount of positive correlation between despotic control and perceive efficacy. Furthermore, authoritarian leadership and work-life balance are likewise manifested as a highly correlating responses. The distinction the researchers used was between strong positive connection of self-efficacy and work-life balance and slight to negative relationship. The results of these studies show that when despotic leadership is present, employees tend to experience anxiety that can be reduced by developing coping strategies for handling a supervisor boss and improving performance by giving bonuses to subordinates.