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The Relationship between Caring for Employees and the Well-being of the Organisation

Online veröffentlicht: 29 Jan 2021
Volumen & Heft: Volumen 84 (2020) - Heft 1 (December 2020)
Seitenbereich: 45 - 60
Eingereicht: 14 May 2020
Akzeptiert: 10 Dec 2020
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The aim of this paper is to better understand the meaning of caring for employees at the organisational level as well as to disclose its relationship with the well-being of the organisation. It explores literature on caring for employees at the organisational level by integrating two research streams – the relational and morality perspectives. Building on the findings of this literature review, a number of propositions are proposed that associate the well-being of the organisation with many antecedent factors, i.e., strategic caring, perceived organisational support, disinterested organisational support, organisational caring, caring culture, caring climate and caring leadership. This paper contributes to the literature on the well-being of the organisational members at the level of the organisation.

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