Workplace Spirituality Scale Design-The View of Oriental Culture

Chieh-Wen Sheng, Ming-Chia Chen

Abstract


In recent years, spirituality in workplace is gradually valued, as many leaders regard spirituality as a meaningful solution. Thus, scholars try to construct a holistic framework to allow leaders to recognize complicated spiritual developments in the workplace. After years of study, people have come to realize there is an in-depth spiritual consciousness and internal existence of spirituality. This study takes the view of the Oriental culture and designs measurement tools for workplace spirituality, through a cause-and-effect relation model, that concerns factors of workplace spirituality as the criterion for future researches.


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Business and Management Research
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