Social Institutional Behaviour of Islamic Work Ethics

  • Saima Hanif M. Phil Scholar ITC, University of Management and Technology, Lahore.
  • Hammadullah Khan Assistant Professor IIPG, University of Management and Technology, Lahore
  • Hafiz Ubaid Ullah Ashfaq Teacher at Govt. Jamia Muaz bin jabal, Muridke
Keywords: Islamic Work Ethics, Social Institutional Behaviour, Islam, Workplace, Morality

Abstract

Islamic Work Ethics is a set of principles and values that guide individuals in their professional lives. It is deeply rooted in Islam and is based on the belief that work is an act of worship and a means of achieving personal and societal development. The Social Institutional Behaviour of Islamic Work Ethics refers to the way in which these values and principles are integrated into the workplace, and how they influence the behaviour of individuals and institutions. This paper explores the Social Institutional Behaviour of Islamic Work Ethics in the workplace, and its impact on individual and organizational behaviour. It discusses the role of Islam in shaping the work ethic of Muslims, and how this translates into the workplace. The paper also examines the relationship between Islamic Work Ethics and morality, and the importance of ethical behaviour in the workplace. The study highlights the significance of Islamic Work Ethics in creating a positive work environment, and promoting productivity, honesty, and fairness. It identifies the key principles of Islamic Work Ethics, such as honesty, trust, fairness, and responsibility, and their relevance to the workplace. The paper also discusses the challenges that Muslim professionals face in adhering to these principles, and the ways in which institutions can support them in their efforts. Overall, this paper provides insights into the Social Institutional Behaviour of Islamic Work Ethics, and its importance in promoting ethical behaviour and creating a positive work environment. The study contributes to the literature on Islamic Work Ethics and provides practical recommendations for institutions seeking to incorporate these principles into their workplace culture.

Published
2024-01-27