Rulings For Employees And Workers

A Muslim Must Fulfill The Trust
A Muslim Must Fulfill The Trust
Some workers don't work with the zeal that is required of them. We notice some who, during the period of an entire year don't order others to good or forbid them from evil, or who are always late and say that their boss allows them to come in late. What advice can you give to a person who acts like this?


Tags : musalman, muslim, amanat, trust, ada kerna, fulfill
Hanging Pictures on the Wall
Hanging Pictures on the Wall
Is it permissible to hang pictures?


Tags : tasvir latkana, hanging picture, daftar, office, ghar, home
The Boy Scout's Pledge
The Boy Scout's Pledge
Boy scouts are encouraged to make the following pledge: "I promise, by my honor, to expend my energies to the maximum in fulfilling my responsibility to my country, to the king, helping people at all times, and to live by the scout code." The Arab Boy Scout's Association promulgates this oath in a small publication. Please give a ruling on this oath. Please tell us if it is correct or not, because if it isn't, we can change it.


Tags : scout, ahad, pledge, halaf, oath
Quit Your Job, But Don't Shave Your Beard
Quit Your Job, But Don't Shave Your Beard
If I want to work in a job that requires me to shave my beard, what should I do?

Tags : kaam, job, chorna, quit, dareeh mundana, shaving beard
A Manager is Responsible For His Workers
A Manager is Responsible For His Workers
Is a manager at an office responsible for his workers - responsible for reminding them to pray, especially those who don't, or to do anything else according to the Shari'ah?
Does this come under the Hadith,
Each one of you responsible for his flock.
"Each one of you responsible for his flock."
Al-Bukhari no. 893 and Muslim no. 1829.


Tags : matahat, manager, zeemadar, responsible, mulazmeen, workers
The Ruler Has Forbidden People From Smoking in Public Building - Disobeying Him in That is Treachery
The Ruler Has Forbidden People From Smoking in Public Building - Disobeying Him in That is Treachery
The authorities have issued a ruling that prohibits people from smoking in government-owned buildings. Some building and office managers are taking this law seriously and are striving to enforce it; others go against it. Are those who go against this rule being deceitful against the trust that the authorities have given them?


Tags : cigarette noshi, smoking, momaanat, forbidden, gunnah, sin
Don't Accept the Extra Money
Don't Accept the Extra Money
I work for a maintenance company and I receive a specific monthly salary for that work. Sometimes, though, I go to people's house to fix something, and the owners insist on giving me a tip for my service. I refuse them despite their continued entreaties. What should I do?


Tags : izafi maal, extra money, mahana tankhuwah, monthly salary, kaam, work
Rewarding an Evil With Another
Rewarding an Evil With Another
Somebody at work spread false rumors against a colleague, an ignoble deed that caused the former some harm and anguish. The slandered and disgruntled man returned the favor to his attacker by doing exactly the same to him. What is the ruling in this?


Tags : burai, evil, rafeeq, colleague, chugli, rumors
Deeds are Judged by Their Intentions
Deeds are Judged by Their Intentions
I donated some money at work to a worthy cause, but only because I was afraid of embarrassing myself in front of my immediate supervisor? If the matter were in my hands, I wouldn't have given even half a penny. Will I be rewarded for this donation just as if I had given it with a pleased heart? Please support your answer with a proof?


Tags : amaal, deeds, inhesaar, judged, niyat, intention
Speak Graciously to Your Boss
Speak Graciously to Your Boss
Somebody outwardly speaks respectfully to his boss and gives him presents, but he inwardly hates doing so and wishes that someone else were in his place. Is this hypocrisy? Despite his aversion to being subordinate, the boss does happen to be someone of noble character.


Tags : mudeer, boss, shaista andaaz, graciously, guftagu-karna, speak

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