The current research has investigated the relationship between being envied and workplace ostracism, and investigates the moderating effects of two factors: narcissism and organizational support and their effects on productivity and profitability. Data was collected from employees working in the telecom sector of Pakistan which was further analyzed using regression analysis. Results show that being envied is positively related to workplace ostracism, and this relationship is stronger for individuals with higher levels of narcissism. However, the negative impact of being envied on workplace ostracism is buffered by higher levels of perceived organizational support. These findings highlight the importance of organizational support in mitigating the negative consequences of envy in the workplace, especially for employees with higher levels of narcissism. Additionally, the study examined the moderating role of narcissism and organizational support in this relationship. The findings of this research will contribute to the existing knowledge on this topic and provide insights for organizations to improve their work environment and employee well-being.