Empirical Investigation of a Relationship between Islamic Work Ethics and Work Outcomes

Kalim Ullah Bha, SZahrotush Sholikhah


This study was conducted to investigate the effect of Islamic work ethic on work outcomes (job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention and job involvement). The study used a sample of 100 employees with response rate of 79 percent. The respondents were the employees of two commercial banks of Pakistan. SPSS 16.0 was used to examine the relationship between variables. The empirical testing indicates that Islamic work ethics has positive effects on job satisfaction, organizational commitment and job involvement; whereas there is no significant evidence of the effect of Islamic work ethic on turnover intention.

Keywords: Islamic Work Ethics, Job Satisfaction, Organisational Commitment, Job Involvement

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