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The relationship between organizational health and employee awareness of organizational value

Organizational health and employee awareness of organizational value are two important factors that can significantly impact the success of an organization. Organizational health refers to the overall well-being of an organization, including its culture, leadership, and management practices [4]. On the other hand, employee awareness of organizational value refers to the extent to which employees understand and are aligned with the values and objectives of the organization [5]. Research suggests that there is a positive relationship between organizational health and employee awareness of organizational value. For instance, Xiu et al. (2019) found that employees' perceptions of organizational support for employee health (OSEH) are positively related to employees' commitment to the organization and job performance [4]. The study suggests that when employees perceive that their organization supports their health, they are more likely to be committed to the organization's values and objectives. Moreover, Meynhardt, Brieger, and Hermann (2018) found that organizational public value (OPV) is positively related to employees' work attitudes and life satisfaction [5]. The study suggests that when employees perceive that their organization contributes to the common good, they are more likely to be satisfied with their work and life. Furthermore, Hidayah et al. (2018) found that organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) is positively related to employee performance through the perception of justice and job satisfaction of employees [6]. The study suggests that when employees perceive that their organization treats them fairly and they are satisfied with their job, they are more likely to engage in OCB, which in turn leads to better performance. In addition, Sun et al. (2020) found that organizational virtuousness is positively related to employees' engagement and organizational citizenship behavior [7]. The study suggests that when employees perceive that their organization is virtuous, they are more likely to be engaged in their work and engage in OCB. In conclusion, research suggests that there is a positive relationship between organizational health and employee awareness of organizational value. Organizational health can be improved by promoting a positive organizational culture, effective leadership, and management practices. Employee awareness of organizational value can be improved by promoting employee participation in decision-making processes, transparent communication, and employee engagement. By improving both organizational health and employee awareness of organizational value, organizations can increase their chances of success and achieve their goals and objectives.


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