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  • Dr. Zahid Hameed

  • Job Title :

    Assistant Professor

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    College of Business Administration

  • Department :

    Business Administration

Dr Zahid Hameed obtained his master’s in business administration from PMAS-Arid Agriculture university, Pakistan. He obtained his PhD in business administration from School of Management (AACSB and AMBA accredited), University of Science and Technology of China, (ranks 98th among the world universities as per the latest QS ranking) in 2017. He has more than five years of teaching experience in different universities including Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. He is currently working as assistant professor at the College of Business Administration of Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, KSA.


  • Master in business economics
  • M.phil in business administration (HRM specialization)
  • PhD in business administration (HRM specialization)


  1. Hameed, Z., Naeem, R. M., Hassan, M., Naeem, M., Nazim, M., & Maqbool, A. (2021). “How GHRM is related to green creativity? A moderated mediation model of green transformational leadership and green perceived organizational support. International Journal of Manpower (in press). (SSCI) (IF=1.75). ABDC=A.
  1. Naeem, R.M., Channa, K. A., Hameed, Z*., Arain, G. A., & Islam, Z. U. (2021). The future of your job represents your future: A moderated-mediation model of transformational leadership and job crafting. Personnel review. 50:1, 207-224. (SSCI) (IF=3.43). ABDC=A.
  2. Moin, M. F., Omar, M. K., Wei, F., Rasheed, M. I., & Hameed, Z. (2021). “Green HRM and psychological safety: How transformational leadership drives follower’s job satisfaction” Current Issues in Tourism. (SSCI) (IF=7.43). ABDC=A.
  3. Hameed, Z., Khan, I. U., Islam, T., Sheikh, Z., & Naeem, R. M. (2020). "Do green HRM practices influence employees’ environmental performance?" International Journal of Manpower. 41:7, 1061-1079. (SSCI) (IF=1.75). ABDC=A.
  4. Burhan, M., Swailes, S., Hameed, Z., & Ali, I. (2020). “HRM formality differences in Pakistani SMEs: A three sector comparative study” Employee Relations. 42:6, 1513-1529. (SSCI) (IF=2.25).
  5. Rasheed, M. I., Okumus, F., Weng, Q., & Hameed, Z. (2020). “When and how career adaptability mitigates employee turnover intentions: the role of perceived career opportunities in the hospitality industry” Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management. 44: 98-107. (IF=5.96). Ranks as an 'A' journal in the Australian ABDC list.
  6. Ullah Khan, S., Xiangdong, L., Khan, I. U., Cheng, L., Hameed, Z. (2020). "Understanding Uncertainty Dimensions and Internet Stock Trading Service in China from a Social Cognitive Perspective." Information Technology & People. 34:2, 812-823. (SSCI) (IF=3.88). ABDC=A.
  1. Naeem, R. M., Weng, Q., Hameed, Z. Rasheed, I. (2020). Ethical leadership and work engagement: A moderated mediation model. Ethics and behavior. 30:1, 63-82. (SSCI) (IF=2.08).
  2. Naeem, M., Weng, A, Ali., Hameed, Z. (2020). “Linking Family Incivility to Workplace Incivility: Mediating Role of Negative Emotions and Moderating Role of Self-Efficacy for Emotional Regulation”. Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 23 (1), 69-81. (SSCI) (IF=1.42).
  1. Hameed, Z., Khan, I. U., Sheikh, Z., Islam, T., Rasheed, I., & Naeem, R. M. (2019). “Organizational Justice and Knowledge Sharing Behavior: The Role of Psychological Ownership and Perceived Organizational Support”. Personnel Review, 48(3). (SSCI) (IF=3.43). ABDC=A.
  1. Yousaf, S., Rasheed, M. I., Hameed, Z., & Luqman, A. (2019). “Occupational stress and its outcomes: the role of work-social support in the hospitality industry”. Personnel Review. 49 (3), 755-773. (SSCI) (IF=3.43). ABDC=A.
  1. Naeem, M., Weng, Q., A, Ali., Hameed, Z. (2019). “An Eye for An Eye: Does Subordinates’ Negative Workplace Gossip Lead to Supervisor Abuse”. Personnel Review. 49 (1), 284-302. (SSCI) (IF=3.43). ABDC=A.
  1. Sheikh, Z., Yezheng, L., Islam, T., Hameed, Z., & Khan, I. U. (2019). "Impact of social commerce constructs and social support on social commerce intentions." Information Technology & People, 32(1): 68-93. (SSCI) (IF=3.88). ABDC=A.
  1. Islam, T., Attiq, S., Hameed, Z., Khokher, N., & Sheikh, Z. (2019). "The Impact of Self-congruity (Symbolic and Functional) on the Brand Hate: A Study Based on Self-Congruity Theory." British food journal, 121(1): 71-88. (SSCI) (IF=2.52).
  1. Khan, I. U., Hameed, Z., & Khan, S. U. (2018). Assessing the Physicians’ Acceptance of E-Prescribing in a Developing Country: An extension of the UTAUT model with moderating effect of perceived organizational support. Journal of Global Information Management, 26(3). (SSCI) (IF=1.37). ABDC=A.
  1. Khan, I. U., Hameed, Z., Yu, Y., Islam, T., Sheikh, Z., & Khan, S. U. (2017). Predicting the acceptance of MOOCs in a developing country: Application of Task-Technology Fit Model, Social Motivation, and Self-determination Theory. Telematics and Informatics, 35(4): 964-978. (SSCI) (IF=6.18).
  1. Khan, I. U., Hameed, Z., Yu, Y., & Khan, S. U. (2017). Assessing the determinants of flow experience in the adoption of learning management systems: the moderating role of perceived institutional support. Behavior & Information Technology, 36(11), 1162-1176. (SSCI) (IF=3.08). ABDC=A.
  1. Islam, T., Wei, J., Sheikh, Z., Hameed, Z., & Azam, R. I. (2017). Determinants of compulsive buying behavior among young adults: The mediating role of materialism. Journal of Adolescence, 61, 117-130. (SSCI) (IF=3.25).
  1. Sheikh, Z., Islam, T., Rana, S., Hameed, Z., & Saeed, U. (2017). Acceptance of social commerce framework in Saudi Arabia. Telematics and Informatics, 34(8), 1693-1708. (SSCI) (IF=6.18).
  1. Khan, I. U., Hameed, Z., & Khan, S. U. (2017). Understanding Online Banking Adoption in a Developing Country: UTAUT2 with Cultural Moderators. Journal of Global Information Management, 25(1), 43-65. (SSCI) (IF=1.37). Ranks as an 'A' journal in the Australian ABDC list.21.
  2. Hameed, Z*., Khan, I. U., Islam, T., Sheikh, Z., Khan, S. U. (2019). “Corporate social responsibility and employee pro-environmental behaviors: The role of perceived organizational support and organizational pride”. South Asian Journal of Business Studies. 8 (3), 246-265. (eSCI) ABDC=B. (X in HEC).
  3. Khan, I. U., Hameed, Z., Khan, S. N., Khan, S. U., & Khan, M. T. (2021). Exploring the Effects of Culture on Acceptance of Online Banking: A Comparative Study of Pakistan and Turkey by Using the Extended UTAUT Model. Journal of Internet Commerce, 1-34. ABDC=B, (eSCI & Scopus).
  4. Khan, I. U., Hameed, Z., Hamayun, M., (2019). "Investigating the Acceptance of Electronic Banking in the Rural Areas of Pakistan: An Application of the Unified Model." Business and Economic Review. 11(3): 57-87. (Y in HEC).
  5. Naeem, R. M., Channa, K. A., Hameed, Z*., Akram, M., & Sarki, I. H. (2019). "How does perceived career support make employees bright-eyed and bushy-tailed? The mediating role of career self-efficacy." Australian Journal of Career Development, 28(2): 92-102. (eSCI) ABDC=B. (Y in HEC).
  6. Islam, T., Sheikh, Z., Hameed, Z., & Khan, I. U. (2018). Social Comparison, Materialism, and Compulsive Buying Based on Stimulus-Response- Model: A Comparative Study among Adolescents and Young Adults. Young consumers, 19(1): 19-37. (eSCI) ABDC=B. (X in HEC).
  7. Ullah Khan, S., Xiangdong, L., Khan, I. U., Cheng, L., Hameed, Z. (2018). "Measuring the Effects of Risk and Cultural Dimensions on the Adoption of Online Stock Trading: A Developing Country Perspective." International journal of enterprise information systems, 14(3). (eSCI) ABDC=C. (Y in HEC).
  8. Hameed, Z*., khan, I, U., Muhammad Adnan Zahid, C., & Dong Hong, D. (2017). Incivility and Counterproductive Work Behavior: A Moderated Mediation Model of Emotional Regulation and Psychological Distress. International Journal of Applied Behavioral Economics, 6(3), 1-22. (eSCI). (Y in HEC).
  9. Usman, K., Liu, Z., Hameed, Z., Bi, S., & Wu, S. (2015). Examining the national innovation capacity and economic growth of Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka: a comparative study. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation, and Development, 7(4), 303-317. (Scopus)


Undergraduate Courses

  • Principles of Management
  • Employee Relation
  • HRM
  • OB
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Organization Development
  • Performance Management
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Strategic HRM
  • Business Negotiation

Graduate Courses

  • Leadership
  • Labor Relations
  • Strategic HRM
  • Training and Development
  • Performance Appraisal


Zahid Hameed is currently working in the field of organizational behavior, specifically leadership, job crafting, family and workplace mistreatments, counterproductive work behavior, green HRM, and employee OCBEs.