Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Being Dissimilar:

Religious Dissimilarity, Gender Dissimilarity, Value Dissimilarity and Job Satisfaction

 an article by Irfan Ullah, Muhammad Usman, Abdus Sattar Niazi, Muhammad Farooq, Waheed Afzal and Muhammad Asif Khan (Iqra University, Islamabad, Pakistan) published in Information Management and Business Review Volume 4 Number 2 (February 2012)


The aim of this research is to study the impact of religious dissimilarity, and gender dissimilarity on job satisfaction. Religious dissimilarity and sexual dissimilarity definitely exaggerated supposed value dissimilarity, which in line, detained a pessimistic relationship with job satisfaction.
These properties are capable, though, by a considerable religious difference, religious personal identity relations such that, for people whose religious values are a vital element of who they are, becoming religiously dissimilar in the place of work robustly impact their supposed value dissimilarity.

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