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The main objective of this study to explore the relationship between behaviours and Islamic business ethics implementations. Apparently. Furthermore, this study is intended to explore some of the common Islamic ethic practices at the workplace and the impact on the business entity. This study has used quantitative method whereby 105 questions have distributed among staff small and medium enterprise in Shah Alam, Malaysia. The research finding showed that a positive relationship between General Ethics of the Company, Attitude and Behaviour of Employees , Management’s Treatment of Employees, Social Responsibility Involvement and Islamic Business Ethics. A discussion were made on the research findings, implications and limitations of the study, and recommendation for future research. This study discovered that majority of Muslim businessmen in Shah Alam fully adhere to the Islamic business codes of ethics in their own capacity. However, there are immense restraining factors confronting them in their attempt to put these Islamic business ethics into practice. Such restraining factors as discovered peculiarly from the sources of funds they use in establishing and expanding their businesses. This according to them is because Islamic banks have been compromised by the conventional banking system.
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