The Influencing Factors on Employees' Job Well-being -- Data from Architectural Material Enterprises in Guangdong Province, China
Keywords:self-efficacy, organizational support, employee work happiness, Guangdong
Based on a thorough literature review, this research drew a conclusion on the previous definitions, measurement methods and the correlation between relevant variables of organizational support, self-efficacy and job happiness. Drawing upon previous researches and relevant literatures, this this research decided on the research content, proposed the research model and proposed the hypotheses of this research. An empirical research was conducted with quantitative research methods and an online questionnaire survey. Data collected from the questionnaire survey were analysed, including a descriptive statistical analysis, a reliability test, a validity test, a factor analysis, and a structural equation modelling analysis, to draw research conclusions with SPSS and AOMS software. This research identified that perceived organizational support of employees in Guangdong architectural material enterprises can positively predict their job well-being; that perceived organizational support by Guangdong architectural material enterprises employees can improve their work self-efficacy; that the employees' self-efficacy in Guangdong architectural material enterprises can promote their job well-being and that employees' self-efficacy in Guangdong architectural material enterprises plays a mediating role between their perceived organizational support and job well-being. Based on the research conclusions above, with actual situations taken into account, this research offered practical suggestions on management frameworks for future prospects.
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