An Appraisal of Effect of Islamic Lifestyle on Job Attitudes of the Employees


1 Faculty member of management and accounting, Zanjan University

2 Student of Master’s degree at HRM, Zanjan University


Lifestyle of employees and their effect on job attitudes and their components such as job satisfaction, occupational affiliation and organizational commitment, are vitally important issues in the quality of work life. This becomes much more important when it refers to examining the effect of Islamic lifestyle on job attitude. In this research, the effect of Islamic lifestyle on attitude is generally assessed, and its effect on the components of job attitudes, job satisfaction, occupational affiliation and organizational commitment are discussed. Moreover, the effect of the components of inter-organizational values ​​relating to the influence of Islamic lifestyle on job attitude is assessed. The data were collected through a questionnaire from a stratified random sample, distributed among 430 employees in 12 selected organizations in Lurestan and Zanjan provinces. The results were analyzed by structural equation modeling with the SPSS and PLS2 software. In this phase, three questionnaires were designed to assess the employees' job attitude. Islamic lifestyle and explanation of internal values. The validity of these three questionnaires was confirmed by the internal consistency coefficient of Cronbach's alpha as much as 0.966, 0.49 and 0.447 respectively. Meanwhile, the reliability of the questionnaires and the model were confirmed by the PLS2 software. Eight of nine hypotheses of this research were confirmed. The results indicated that Islamic lifestyle can have a positive effect on employees' attitudes toward work and organization.


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