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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | .
Relationship between Job-Related Stressors and Work Outcomes with the Moderating Role of Islamic Work Ethic in Healthcare Sector of Punjab, Pakistan
Muhammad Asad Ullah1, Khalid Rehman, Farhat Ullah, Adnan Khan, Fawad Khan, Mehboob Alam
Pages: 842-850
The study examined the main effect of Islamic Work Ethic on organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) of employees. Further, it also examined moderating role of Islamic work ethic (IWE) in job-related stressors (job insecurity and work family conflict) and OCB relationship in healthcare sector. A total of 384 healthcare professionals working at a tertiary healthcare centre in district Muzaffargarh in province of Punjab completed questionnaires. Results of the study revealed that job insecurity and work family conflict adversely affect employees’ OCB. Moreover, IWE has positive impact on employees’ OCB. In addition, IWE buffered the negative impact of job insecurity and work family conflict on employees’ OCB suggesting that individual high on IWE were better able to manage negative effect of job insecurity and work family conflict on employees’ OCB as compared to the employees low on IWE.
Islamic Work Ethic, Job Insecurity, Work Family Conflict, Organizational Citizenship Behavior