Impact of Organizational Climate on Mental Health and Well-Being at Work: Evidence from China
The purpose of this study was to explore whether organizational climate related to mental health & well-being at workplace and what role do voice play in the relationship between organizational climate and mental health & well-being at workplace, evidence from automobile fittings industry. We surveyed a sample of 281 employees from 45 Auto Parts Company in Zhejiang province in China, who agreed to participate in the study, a wide range of position, regarding their perception of organizational climate, voice and mental health &well-being. Regression analyses and correlate analyses were used to test the hypotheses. The research found that organizational climate promoted employees’ mental health and well-being. At the same time, employees’ voice also moderated the relationship between organizational climate and mental health and well-being. Therefore, Auto parts enterprises, in fact, not only this industry, including all enterprises should create a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, so that employees have the opportunity to express their opinions, employees can get happiness in the workplace.