Psychological Wellbeing: The Moderating Role of Social Support
Keywords:employee psychological well-being, psychological health, employee well-being, work-life balance, supervisor behavior, social support.
The primary objective of this study was to examine the impact of individual and organizational factors on the psychological wellbeing of employees. In order to accomplish this goal, data was collected from employees employed in the tourism and hospitality sector of Saudi Arabia. The quantitative data that was gathered was subjected to analysis using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The findings of the study indicate that there is a positive and significant relationship between employees' psychological wellbeing and various factors, including supervisor behavior, organizational climate, work-life balance, organizational identification, and job security. Additionally, the research also identified a noteworthy and statistically significant moderating impact of social support on the association between supervisor behavior and employees' psychological well-being, as well as work-life balance and employees' psychological well-being. This study makes a significant contribution to the existing body of knowledge by presenting a comprehensive research model that incorporates various personal and organizational factors that have the potential to influence an employee's psychological well-being. Furthermore, it is worth noting that certain factors, namely job security, organizational climate, and organizational identification, have not received adequate attention in previous research regarding their impact on employees' psychological well-being. This study, therefore, represents a significant contribution to the existing literature.