Islamic Work Ethic: An Ultimate Workplace Spirituality and Job Satisfaction
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AbstractThe purpose of this study is to examine the impact of spirituality in the workplace and job satisfaction on Islamic work ethics for university members in Banten, Indonesia. This paper uses a random quantitative survey design as the basis of the study. A description of nine private universities in Banten. Samples of 164 faculty members were randomly selected from the total population of 625 faculty members. The data we collected separately by the respondents filling in a questioner. The path technique analyzes the data which had been previously treated with the regression and correlation procedure. The faculty member’s Islamic work ethic assumed significantly affected by the workplace spirituality and job satisfaction that pertain to the higher educations. The result proved that the faculty member Islamic work ethic was directly affected by the workplace spirituality and job satisfaction in higher educations. In turn, directly affected by the job satisfaction on workplace spirituality.