Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 11
Page No. 1339 - 1343

Job Commitment among Malaysian Muslim Workers

Authors : Suchi Hassan, Ahmad Azrin Adnan and Abd Rahim Romle

Abstract: Although, many researchers have discussed the issues of employee turnover extensively, it remains an unresolved issue. This study analysed the relationship between job satisfaction and perceived organisational support towards an intention to leave one’s job. It proposes the best predictor variable which most influences employees to leave their job. Using cluster sampling this study sampled 452 respondents in nine manufacturing companies comprising nine districts in Selangor, Malaysia. Muslim workers were highly satisfied with their job and perceived the support received from their organisations moderately. This study contributes significantly towards theoretical improvement, especially concerning Muslim behaviour. Islam encourages all Muslims to maintain their trusts and considers working a potential act of worship (Ibadah). Thus being Islamic also implies being loyal to the employing organisation.

How to cite this article:

Suchi Hassan, Ahmad Azrin Adnan and Abd Rahim Romle, 2016. Job Commitment among Malaysian Muslim Workers. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 11: 1339-1343.

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