The Effects of Workplace Social Support on Employee’s Subjective Well-Being

Paul Chou


Despite the extensive evidence that organizational change can adversely affect employees’ subjective well-being, the human side of impact during change is frequently taken as a peripheral issue, this study aims to investigate subjective well-being at an individual level in order to understand the inner working of affecting subjective well-being during organizational change. The results from a sample of 319 respondents in Taiwan reveal that social support at workplace contributes directly to subjective well-being and indirectly via self-efficacy.

Keywords: social support; perceived supervisor support; perceived coworker support; self-efficacy; subjective well-being.

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