ASSESSING THE MEDIATING ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING BETWEEN HEALTH AND TASK PERFORMANCE OF PEOPLE WORKING AT CONSTRUCTION SITES
The mental health policy and practice has come across the issue of deterioration of work performance at site. There are three dimensions of health (social, mental and physical) each of which has a unique link with the job performance and the stress as well. This study focuses on assessing the mediating role of psychological well-being between mental and physical health and the task performance in the context of people working at construction sites in Karachi region. The survey method was adopted which comprised of collecting the primary data from 357 respondents regarding their mental and physical health, psychological well-being and task performance. The data was analyzed by using Smart Partial Least Squares (PLS). Results indicated that psychological well-being was significantly mediating the relationship between both health dimensions and the task performance.