Moral Conduct and its Impact on Employees’ Job Satisfaction
Islam, Mohammed Sohel
Salahuddin, Abu Bakar Emran
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The Purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between top management support for moral conduct and association between moral conduct and occupational achievement and job satisfaction. Several hypotheses are extracted from the research framework and are tested using regression and correlation analysis. A sample of 100 respondents was used and convenience sampling method was conducted. The research finds that although both the independent variables, top management support for moral conduct and association between moral conduct and occupational achievement has no association with job satisfaction. The findings suggest that managers of these supermarkets should put more focus on the ethical conduct to build employee retention. It also suggests that if fair treatment prevails in the companies, employees' career achievement is accomplished that ultimately lead to employees' job satisfaction.