Moderating role of perceived organization support in the relationship between work-time control and job crafting among bank employees in Kano State
This study examined the moderating role of perceived organization support in the relationship between work-time control and job crafting among bankers. Two hundred and four (204) Bankers in Kano State who were conveniently drawn from five commercial banks participated in the study. They consisted of 104 males (51%) and 100 female bankers (49%) between the ages of 20 to 50 years (mean age = 32.28; SD = 6.36). Self-report measures of Perceived Organizational Support Scale (POSS), Work-time Control Scale (WCS), and Job Crafting Scale (JCS) were used for data collection. Pearson correlation was used to determine the relationships among variables while regression analysis statistics was adopted to test thehypotheses. Results show that work-time control positively predicted job crafting, while perceived organizational support negatively predicted job crafting. In addition, perceived organizational support moderated the relationship between work-time control and job crafting. The result showed that organizational support is sacrosanct in facilitating organizational efficiency and work balance among employees.