The Effects of Career Success on Ethical Behaviour under the Influence of South East Asian Countries

  • Sadia Anwar Memon
  • Huma Tabassum
  • Qazi Mumtaz Siddiqui
Keywords: Career success, ethical behaviour, career efficacy, career motivation, career path


Among the factors of production, the factor of employees that is also considered as a human capital plays a significant role in the achievement of goals of an organization. This research study analyses the correlation of ethical behaviour and career success of the employees working in the higher educational institutes of public sector. However, the majority of globalization literature has attempted to provide an empirical evidence of the rise of worldwide business influential using several indicators. The analysis of this research study shows a positive correlation between career success and ethical behaviour. Data were gathered from 234 teaching faculty members of public sector universities of Pakistan by random sampling. Analysis of this research would remain beneficial for higher authorities in formulating policies for universities and monitoring the performance of faculty members. The results of this research study would guide the faculty members of public sector universities to identify the avenues of career success. As it is witnessed in different South East Asian countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia. The contribution of this research study would take part in the literature on organizational behaviour, employee development, career success and ethical behaviour.