The Correlation between Interpersonal Harmony and Employee Voice Behavior: The Mediating Role of Employee Well-being
Keywords:Interpersonal Harmony; Employee Voice Behavior; Mediating Effect; Hedonic Well-being; Eudaimonic Well-being.
As an important organizational citizenship behavior, voice has attracted the attention of many organizational management scholars. Based on the survey data of 375 employees, this paper studies the influence of interpersonal harmony on employees’ voice behavior and the mediating effect of hedonic well-being and eudaimonic well-being. The results show that interpersonal harmony has a significant positive impact on employee voice behavior; hedonic well-being plays a mediating effect between interpersonal harmony and employee voice behavior; eudaimonic well-being plays a mediating effect between interpersonal harmony and employee voice behavior. The results of this study have certain reference value for improving employee voice behavior.
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