What Makes a Workplace Spiritual: A Conceptual Framework Describing Antecedents and Outcomes of Workplace Spirituality Spiritual: A Conceptual Framework Describing Antecedents and Outcomes of Workplace Spirituality
Workplace spirituality is becoming a buzzword and we cannot deny the fact that it has received growing attention during the last decade in the field of organizational sciences. But still there exists a research gap on the aspect that what all can be determining factors for workplace spirituality at workplace. This research is an attempt to frame a model which servers the following purpose: (1) determining the possible factors on which workplace spirituality depends, and (2) determining the organizational factors which depend on workplace spirituality. From exhaustive literature review the following factors can be said as the determinant of spirituality at workplace – mindfulness, meaningful work, sense of community, organizational values, compassion and inner life. Findings of this conceptual study also reveal that job satisfaction and organizational commitment can be the best possible outcomes of workplace spirituality. And if perceived organizational support is considered as moderating variable then higher order job satisfaction is attained from workplace pirituality. The paper is conceptual study which can be empirically tested and verified.