Introduction: There are not many studies that investigate Islamic caring behavior and the factors that influence it. The purpose of this study was to analyze the factors that influence Islamic caring behavior.
Methods: This study was an observational analytic research design that used nurses' perceptions of Islamic caring behavior and the factors that influence it, including organizational characteristics, job characteristics, and individual characteristics. This survey involved 100 respondents that filled out a questionnaire via a google form. Data analysis using Chi-Square and multiple logistic regression test, with a significance level of <0.05.
Results: This study shows that 51% respondents have good Islamic caring behavior. The factors that influence Islamic caring behavior from organizational characteristics are; 1) vision and mission (p = 0.001), 2) reward system (p = 0.001), 3) selection (p = 0.002), 4) organizational structure and culture (p = 0.003), from job characteristics are 1) performance objective (p = 0.000), 2) work schedule (p = 0.001), 3) job design (p = 0.041), 4) correction (p = 0.002), and 5) feedback (p = 0.002), from the individual characteristics of nurses is attitude (p = 0.028. There are three multivariate test results that have an effect, namely objective performance (p = 0.002; B = 3.19), understanding of vision and mission (p = 0.005; B = 1.401), selection (p = 0.017; B = 1.521), and all three show that there is an interaction.
Conclusion: The most dominant factor influencing Islamic caring behavior is Objective performance.