In this work impact of servant leadership on perceived organizational support of employees in manufacturing industries and educational institutions in the Indian context. The servant leadership was the independent variable and perceived organizational support was the dependent variable of the research. The questionnaires linked to servant leadership and the perceived organizational support were used to collect the data from full-time employees rating the servant leadership style of managers, engineers and officers, teaching faculty along with the perceived organizational support of their organization. In the servant leadership questionnaire 23 items, 5 dimensions, and the perceived organizational support questionnaire 16 items. The final research survey was carried out on a convenience sample of 307 manufacturing industries and educational institution 324 samples using a non-probability sampling strategy and its empirical analysis, the studyused the SPSS version 22.0 tested construct validity using confirmatory factor analysis (CFA > 0.5) was 0.9, tested for reliability and adequacy of the sample (>0.6) was very high 0.9.The independent sample test shows that hypothesis 1 and 2 of servant leadership and the perceived organizational support of both manufacturing industries and educational institution employees are analogous. And hypothesis 3 by multiple linear regression analysis proved the existence of a solid association between servant leadership and perceived organizational support employees of both manufacturing industries and educational institutions. This study finds that both the servant leadership and perceived organizational support are strongly followed by employees of manufacturing industries and educational institutions. In addition, proves that there is a strong relationship between the servant leadership and perceived organizational support in manufacturing industries and educational institutions employees.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Business and International Management
- Business, Management and Accounting (miscellaneous)
- Strategy and Management
- Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
- Management Science and Operations Research