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Fatima Ali Junaid
Doctor of Philosophy, (Management)
Study Completed: 2017
Massey Business School
The interplay of Job stress and Post-traumatic stress disorder in the context of terrorism, and its effects on employee outcomes: The roles of individual and organisational resources
Living under the threat of on-going terrorism can be extremely stressful for employees. They must deal with continuous risk in addition to the common stressors of their professional and personal lives. To date, there has been scant research into this phenomenon. Ms Junaid sought to understand the interplay between the stress of work and terrorism and its implications for employee outcomes; and to determine whether personal and organisational resources such as psychological capital and perceived organisational support could help employees deal with these stressors. Pakistan, one of the five worst terrorism affected countries in the world, was the setting for her mixed methods research. Having lived under terrorism, Ms Junaid's drive to understand the effects of this context was meaningful on a personal level. Her research found that work stressors predicted employee behaviours more than terrorism-stressors. Importantly, organisational support and psychological capital reduced the detrimental influence of stressors on employee behaviours.
Peer reviewed articles
Junaid, F., & Haar, J. (2015). Employees Living Under Terrorism: Does Positive Organisational Behaviour Provide a Lens for Help (and Hope)?. New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management, 15. 174-190.
Riaz, M.K. & Junaid, F.A. (2011). Type, Sources, Costs and consequences of workplace conflict. Asian Journal of Management Research. 2 (1), 600-611.
Ahmed, H. & Junaid, F.A. (2010), Higher education in FATA after 9/11: Problems and prospects, US-China Education Review. 7(5), (Serial No: 66)
Junaid F. & Haar J. Challenge-Hindrance stressors and its effect on job burnout in the employees living under ongoing terrorism: the moderating role of organisational support. 31st Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management conference. To held in Melbourne, Australia School of Management, QUT Business School.
Junaid, F. A., Haar, J., Parker, J. (2016). The Role of Organizational Support towards Security in Terrorism affected Pakistan: A Qualitative and Quantitative Exploration. 30th Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management conference. Brisbane, Australia School of Management, QUT Business School.
Junaid, F.A. (2016). Job stress and PTSD on job outcomes: The mediating effects of psychological capital. 5th Aotearoa New Zealand Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour Conference, Auckland, New Zealand
Junaid, F.A. (2015). Job Stressed Employees Living Under Terrorism: A Study of Personal and Organisational Resources Amongst Pakistani Employee. 29th Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management, Queenstown, New Zealand
Junaid, F.A. (2012). There is more to why we stay silent… British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff, UK
Hameed, N. & Junaid, F.A. (2010). Procedural Justice & Its effects on Organizational Outcomes. 18th Annual International Conference on Employment Practices & Principles AEPP, San Francisco, USA.
Junaid, F. A. (2008). Literature review of Psychological Contracts. The Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, Florida, USA.
Ahmed, H. & Junaid, F. A. (2008). A Conceptual Frame Work for Developing Strategic Partnership between University & Industry in Pakistan with particular reference to NWFP. 3rd International Conference on Assessing Quality in Higher Education, Lahore, Pakistan.
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