Analysis of the impact of Islamic ethics on the tendency to disclose

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The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of Islamic ethics on the desire of individuals to whistle and report misconduct and misconduct of other individuals. The research method is applied and correlational. The statistical population of this research is all employees of one of the manufacturing companies located in the industrial town of Kermanshah in 102 people. Using a simple random sampling and Cochran statistical formula, 80 people were selected as samples and scanned. In order to explain the relationship between the variables of the research, the standard questionnaire of Islamic Labor Ali (1998) and collecting information about whistling were used by a researcher-made questionnaire (1396) whose reliability was verified through Cronbach's alpha and its validity through content validity. Data analysis was performed by structural equation modeling using Smart-PLS software. The results of this study showed that Islamic ethics has a positive and significant effect on whistling with path coefficients of 0/908. Given the impact of Islamic work ethics on whistling, It is suggested to managers and organizational leaders Which created the culture of Islamic ethics And encouraging people to talk and make mistakes on the basis of ethics and professionalism.


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