A Study on the Relationship among Subjective Well-being、Organizational Commitment and Job Perfoemance
|School||Xi'an University of Electronic Science and Technology|
|Keywords||subjective well-being organizational commitment jobperformance relations study|
With the development of positive psychology, the study of subjective well-being causes for people’s increasing attention, subjective well-being as a response to real life, both relates to objective conditions and the environment, but also with the personality and needs of the people, subjective well-being is that people real life and development of positive psychological experience. The management of organizational commitment has also been a research focus of psychology, organizational commitment together with subjective well-being constitutes the forecasting performance of the latest research indicators.In this paper, employees for the study, though empirical analysis analyze the relationship between subjective well-being employees, organizational commitment and job performance,and organizational commitment regular in the relationship of subjective well-being and job performance, through research and analysis results as follows:(1)Demographic variables such as gender, age, marital status, education, work experience, job and wage income partly influence on subjective well-being, organizational commitment and job performance and each component.(2) Subjective well-being of a positive predictor to job performance.Except the health experience of happiness, the relationship between the other five dimensions and job performance significantly.(3)Subjective well-being has a positive effect of organizational commitment. Except well-being and social interaction experience, the other four dimensions such as satisfaction experience happiness, development experience happiness, enjoyment experience happiness and well-being of self-acceptance has a very good predictor on organizational commitment.(4) Organizational commitment and job performance are related. Affective commitment and normative commitment was significantly positively correlated to job performance, but the continuous commitment was not significantly correlated to job performance.(5) Organizational commitment partly regular in the relationship between subjective well-being and job performance. Organizational commitment played a regulatory role in the relationship between the social interaction experience happiness, satisfaction experience happiness, development experience happiness, enjoyment experience happiness, well-being of self-acceptance and job performance, but had no significant effect in the relationship between the health experience of well-being and job performance.