Moderating role of Islamic Work Ethics between the relationship of Organizational Commitment and Turnover Intentions: A Study of Public Sector of Pakistan

Arshad Mahmood Sadozai, Muhammad Yousuf Khan Marri, Hafiz Muhammad Fakhar Zaman, Muhammad Israr Yousufzai, Zekeriya Nas


Organizations are facing the problem of low productivity, low performance. Turnover intention might be one of the reasons for it. The question arises why employee’s quitting or thinking to quit the job from their organizations, for this Work ethic during the job is might be one of the important reasons. The purpose of this study is to investigate the moderating effect of Islamic work ethics between the relationship of organizational commitment and turnover intention. The study used a snowball sampling technique for collecting data from 460 federal government organizations and provincial government organizations from Pakistan. The results reveal that Islamic work ethics will moderate the relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention. Discussion, Implications and limitation of the study are also discussed and given at the end.

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