ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES AND WORKPLACE PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION IN THE CONTEXT OF PAKISTAN'S BANKING SECTOR
This study investigates the effects of Islamic human development policies on the productivity of employees within the context of the banking sector in Pakistan. Islamic human development policies encompass a range of principles and practices that aim to enhance the holistic well-being and professional growth of individuals while adhering to Islamic ethical standards. The banking sector in Pakistan, as a vital component of the economy, serves as an intriguing setting to examine the influence of such policies on employee productivity.The research employs a mixed-methods approach, combining quantitative analysis of key performance indicators and qualitative insights gathered through interviews and surveys. Data will be collected from a representative sample of employees across various positions within Islamic banking institutions as well as conventional banks in Pakistan, providing a comparative perspective. The study focuses on parameters such as job satisfaction, career development opportunities, ethical work environment, and overall well-being to measure the impact of Islamic human development policies on employee productivity.The empirical evidence aims to shed light on the correlation between adherence to Islamic human development policies and enhanced productivity among banking sector employees. Furthermore, the study explores potential moderating factors and identifies best practices that contribute to a positive work environment, job satisfaction, and increased commitment to organizational goals. The findings are expected to offer valuable insights for both academia and industry practitioners, aiding in the formulation and refinement of human development policies within the Islamic banking sector.