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Impact of Role Conflict and Role Ambiguity on Job Satisfaction the Mediating Effect of Job Stress and Moderating Effect of Islamic Work Ethics

Junaid Ahmad, Sawira Zahid, Fatima Fazali Wahid, Sabir Ali

Abstract: The main idea behind this study is to examine the impact of role ambiguity and role conflict on job satisfaction. This study also assesses the moderating effect of Islamic work ethics, role ambiguity, role conflict and also examine the mediating effect of job stress between role ambiguity, role conflict and job satisfaction. The questionnaire was used for data collection. 200 questionnaires were distributed among respondent out of which 175 were used for data analysis statistically descriptive statistics correlation and regression analysis were used for testing hypothesis. The finding of this study reveal that the role conflict has a negative relationship with job satisfaction and job stress has an insignificant relationship with the job satisfaction. This study also reveal that the role stressor should be controlled so that an increase in job satisfaction. When both role ambiguity and role conflict increase job stress also increase and the Islamic work ethics has a negative impact on job stress. Job stress significantly partially mediate the relationship between role conflict and job satisfaction.
Keywords: job satisfaction / role conflict / role ambiguity and role / job stress

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