Causes and Identification of Employees’ Politics and its Impact on Performance of Banking Industry in Pakistan


  • Avinash Advani
  • Shaista Tariq


Banking industry, Employees' Performance, Organizational Culture, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


This study intends to focus on causes and identification of employees’ politics and its impact on performance of Banking Industry in Pakistan. Here researcher emphasizes on language and caste, experience and position, cultural animosity, religious lobbies, gender discrimination and referral employment. As employees’ politics plays an essential role for an organization and it exists in almost every organization so its impact on the whole workforce can be identified in this research particularly in the UBL, Askari Bank Limited, ABL and generally in Pakistan banking industry. Authoritative power is a major factor that cannot be rejected in any organization and it is key force of any industry. This research is based on the quantitative research. The primary data has been gathered through survey method. Descriptive statistics is used and seven hypotheses are tested. Sample is gathered through simple random sampling method out of target population of 160. The findings entails that there should be focused on Standardize Human Resource Management (right person should be posted to the job, bracing courses, conducting orientation on emerging banking and problem solving). Further administration should conduct the meetings with employees and resolve their problems and also there should be transparency and merit system observed in all matters.