Job Models from an Islamic View


1 Student at master’s degree, Shiraz University

2 Assistant professor at Shiraz University


Occupation is a constructive factors that not only influences man’s physical, personal and social formation, but also plays a vital role in the development and progress of civilizations. There are a variety of approaches to work, the most perfect and the most transcendent of which, according to Muslims, is the Islamic approach. Islam emphasizes on working as a means of achieving man's superior goals so that he can achieve his real status. This approach is completely upright and distinct from the modern look of the material world on this issue. The purpose of this study is to identify and propose a model of work from Islamic view. In this regard, qualitative content analysis has been conducted and religious sources have been analyzed. The proposed model has 43 indicators and three groups including the Islamic approach to work, the interactional duties of managers and employees, and the consequences of working.


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