The Moderator Effect of Organizational Mattering on the Association between Employees' Quality of Work Life and Subjective Well-Being during the Pandemic Period

Melih Atalay


The purpose of this research, which was conducted with quantitative method and correlational design, is to examine the moderator role of organizational members' perception of success and organizational mattering in the relationship between the quality of work life, which is an important concept in terms of organizational behavior, and the subjective well-being of members of an organization. It is a cross-sectional study. Research data were collected from 183 respondents, mostly health sector workers, using the convenience method. As a result, a strong and meaningful relationship was found between the quality of work life, organizational importance, and employees' perception of happiness. It has been an important finding that the level of quality of work life strengthens the perception of subjective well-being as predicted in Turkey as well as the perception of organizational mattering moderates the link between QWL and SWB. The concept of mattering is probably used for the first time in an academic study, and it does need to be examined on a national scale.

Keywords: Quality of work life, achievement and organizational mattering, subjective well-being, regression analyses, role of moderating variable, Turkish business world

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/14-22-09

Publication date: November 30th 2022

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