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Workplace Deviance and spirituality in Muslim Organizations

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Author(s): Mohamed Sulaiman | Omar Khalid Bhatti

Journal: Asian Social Science
ISSN 1911-2017

Volume: 9;
Issue: 10;
Date: 2013;
Original page

ABSTRACT
Deviant workplace behavior of employees is becoming a common problem in today’s organizations. The increasing deviance has an economic as well as social cost associated to it, which victimizes the organization and its stakeholders. This Study is an attempt to study workplace deviance in Muslim organizations. A sample of 10 respondents was selected, 8 males and 2 females. Most of them have long experience in management. They are from various industries such as, manufacturing, telecommunications, banking and education. The study found that workplace deviance is of great concern to all organizations, highlighting that injustice or perception of not being treated fairly does provoke employees to indulge in such deviant behaviors. And significantly that with the help improving spirituality among employees, organizations can overcomes the prevailing issue of workplace deviance.
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