Moderating Impact of Leader’s Role in Promoting Islamic Work Ethics between the Relationship of Procedural and Distributive Justice on Employee Commitment

  • Fozia Malik Fatima Jinnah Women University
  • AJMAL Waheed FUI
Keywords: Leader’s Role, Islamic Work Ethics, Distributive Justice, Procedural Justice, Employee Commitment, Hospitality Industry


Objective. The basic objective of this research is to study the moderating impact of leader’s role in promoting Islamic work ethics between the relationship of procedural and distributive justice on employee commitment.
Method. For this purpose, employees of hospitality industry was selected as a targeted population. The survey was administered by distributing 300 questionnaires among the employees by using convenience sampling technique, 268 questionnaires were returned out of which 11 questionnaires were not properly filled, so the sample size for this research was 257 which is showing 85% response rate. For moderation analysis Preacher and Hayes method was used through Process Macros.
Results. The findings have shown that these relations outcome was only originated among those with strong implementation of leader’s role in promoting Islamic work ethics. Hence, leader’s role in promoting Islamic work ethics strengthen the relationship among procedural and distributive justice on employee commitment. Results of this study opened novel, innovative and practical approach into the current debate of the leader’s role in promoting Islamic work ethics.
Implications. The originality of current work is that the concept of Islamic work ethics is studied many times previously but the leader’s role in promoting Islamic work ethics is a new phenomenon. As being of Muslims the leaders must promote Islamic work ethics at their work life. Therefore, from the avenue of present research future researchers can gain new insight.


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