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This Paper reviews the literature on the theory of “spiritual well-being in relation to the development of dimensions of social commitment as part of the achievement wellness components at work. Criticism model of well- being and well- being generally relates to individualistic moral vision of the western country, the assumption that good human beings are happy human beings, as well difference in the views of well - being in collective culture and specifically the view of Islamic teaching.
The two main theories of spiritual well-being are presented and complemented by an Islamic concept of well- being. The review includes a comparison of western theories and Islamic concepts and the spirituality view of Muslim workers according to the empirical theory of Islamic work ethics. The result is that the spiritual well-being is related to transpersonal, interpersonal, and intrapersonal (existential and religiosity), all three are the foundation for development of personality and relationships in the workplace. Existing theories and concept limit their exploration to a person’s psychological dimension without considering the social dimension of diversity (spirituality). Empirical facts show that there is a commitment in the workplace improve wider social welfare as reflection of religious awareness and happiness (spiritual).
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