The topic of business ethics from Islamic perspective has become important for business currently. This paper investigates the influence of Islamic work ethics on organizational justice and its impact on accountants' job satisfaction. A total of 202 accountants participated in this study from the Islamic finance industry in Indonesia. The analysis uses the AMOS 21 program as a tool to solve structural equation modeling problems. The results show that Islamic work ethics positively influence the two dimensions of organizational justice, which are procedural and interactive justice, but not on distributive justice. Moreover, all dimensions of organizational justice and Islamic work ethics were found to positively influence job satisfaction.
|Journal||Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2018|
- Islamic work ethics
- Job satisfaction
- Organizational justice