International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Closing the Gaps of Human Resource in Islamic Banks: Literature Review Analysis
Tahreem Noor Khan

The numbers of Islamic banks are increasing, with the aim of offering interest-free banking products. However, since the development of Islamic banks, negative concerns prevail because of the operational concerns: lack of qualified staff, lack of human resource policies, lack of planning and training to speed up Sharīʿah bank business growth. In this scenario, it is imperative for Islamic banks to remove all negative concerns and find solutions for those specific key obstacles which are affecting Islamic bank credibility. To investigate key obstacle factors, this research sketched the issues from literature (research articles, existing survey findings, concepts, models, and theories) involved with human resource, and performance of employees in Islamic banking. After lay outing the Human resource challenges from literature review, this research contributes by offering practical possibilities and theoretical consideration for the emergent issue of human resources of Islamic financial services.

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