The Effect of Islamic Work Ethics on Work Outcomes
Rokhman, W. (2010). The Effect of Islamic Work Ethics on Work Outcomes. JBO - Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, Vol. 15 (1). Retrieved from http://ejbo.jyu.fi
This study was conducted to investigate the effect of Islamic work ethic on work outcomes (job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention). The study used a sample of 49 employees from 10 institutions of Islamic microfinance in Demak regency, Central Java Indonesia. The empirical testing indicates that Islamic work ethic has positive effects on both job satisfaction and organizational commitment; whereas there is no significant evidence of the effect of Islamic work ethic on turnover intention. Implication, limitation and suggestion for future research are discussed.
PublisherBusiness and Organization Ethics Network (BON)
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