Aberrant Behavior of Employees at Workplace Conceivable Reasons, Effects and Remedies in Teachings of Qur’ān Section Articles

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Qari Abdul Basit
Hafiz Abdul Rashid
Habib ur Rehman

Abstract

Organizations are always concerned with the behavior of employees. The loyal and positive behavior of employees results in maximum output. It is generally observed that sometimes unwanted response from the employer nourishes the internal anger to the employee.The researchers have conclusively described that such unexpected reaction directly impacts the thinking of an individual causing anxiety and uneasiness in behavior. It gradually becomes a reason for many unwanted incidences by violation of legal and ethical policies.It also affects his interaction with his employer, colleagues, and the property at work place accordingly. Unfortunately, it cannot be denied that extensive research has been done in Psychiatry on finding numerous therapies to treat such kinds of behaviors. However, it is also evident that religion has always had strong effects on human psychology.The faith is directly connected with the will of an individual. Therefore, if an anxious employee is recommended to take guidance from the teachings of the Holy Qur’ān, it will certainly help him to overcome his psychological issues. This research is based upon the possible reasons of irregular behavior, its effects on the workplace environment, and how the teachings of the Holy Qur’ān can be used to rehabilitate affected employees.

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How to Cite
Qari Abdul Basit, Hafiz Abdul Rashid, and Habib ur Rehman. 2020. “Aberrant Behavior of Employees at Workplace”. Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization (JITC) 10 (1), 311-31. https://doi.org/10.32350/jitc.101.17.

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