Author(s): Gholamreza Zandi,Ayesha Aslam,Mohamad Hisyam Selamat,Muhammad Umar Nasir
This research paper reveals the results of the studies on the impact of human resource practices (consistency, involvement, work, salary, autocratic leadership, participative leadership, employee motivation employee learning and enactment pay) on the organizational performance with the mediating effect of knowledge sharing commitment in the public service sector of Pakistan. The targeted population of this study contains executive civil servants of the public service sector in Pakistan. By applying non-probability sampling technique researcher collected data from 326 civil servants. Researcher get the feedback form quantitative methodology by distributing questionnaire among civil servants containing 65 questions. Data were analyzed using SPSS 22.0. The result shown most significant and effective human resource practices are participative leadership and enactment pay on the organizational performance. Autocratic leadership and salary is least effective practices to improve organizational performance and bring knowledge sharing commitment among the civil servants.