The Impact of High Involvement Work Practices on Job Demands and Employees Burnout


  • Muhammad Arslan Nazir Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin - UniSZA Malaysia
  • Javiria Sanm University of Lahore, Pakistan
  • Arshad Ayyaz Bahauddin Zakariya University, Layyah Campus, Pakistan



High Involvement Work; Practices; Job Demands; Burnout; Employees


Current study investigates how HIWPs affect employee burnout and job demands in Pakistan's banking industry. Hence, we predicted that HIWPs would have a bad impact on staff burnout as well as requests. Employees of commercial banks listed on the Pakistan Stock Exchange who work in the banking sector provided the information. In five regions in the Punjab, self-administered questionnaires were provided to both Islamic and conventional banks. The study's findings were consistent with the model associations that were hypothesized, which indicated that high engagement work practices had a negative impact on all aspects of job demands. The outcome was the same for all employee burnout dimensions and high involvement work practices. In a stressed-out banking sector setting where turnover is high and maintaining qualified employees is a big concern, this study offers novel insights into the field of human resource literature. It also covers how managers may retain and develop their important workforce. The Asian setting was largely disregarded in earlier studies, necessitating additional empirical data from different cultural contexts. The paradigm utilized in this study had never been applied to Pakistan before. Hence, research on the connection between high involvement work practices, job demands, and burnout in Pakistan's banking sector was necessary.




How to Cite

Nazir, M. A., Javiria Sanm, & Arshad Ayyaz. (2022). The Impact of High Involvement Work Practices on Job Demands and Employees Burnout. Journal of Tourism, Hospitality, and Services Industries Research (JTHS), 2(02), 1–15.