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The relationship between organizational health and employee awareness of their rights and privilege

Organizational health and employee awareness of their rights and privilege 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 [15]. On the other hand, employee awareness of their rights and privilege refers to the extent to which employees understand and are aligned with the policies and procedures of the organization [16]. Research suggests that there is a positive relationship between organizational health and employee awareness of their rights and privilege. 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 [15]. The study suggests that when employees perceive that their organization supports their health, they are more likely to be committed to the organization's policies and procedures. Moreover, research suggests that employee engagement and job satisfaction can be influenced by factors such as workplace spirituality, organizational justice, and empowerment climate [17][19][22][23]. A study by Sharma et al. (2020) found that workplace spirituality is positively related to employee engagement, which in turn is positively related to mental health [17]. Similarly, a study by Rai (2015) found that organizational justice is positively related to employee mental health, and that organizational identification moderates this relationship [23]. Furthermore, a study by Kipfelsberger et al. (2016) found that customer feedback can influence organizational climate and organizational health through their feedback [19]. In addition, research suggests that employee participation in decision-making processes can improve employee motivation and job performance [22]. A study by Rafiei et al. (2013) found that employee participation in organizational and job affairs is a means of enabling employees to succeed in their jobs and contribute to organizational performance at a higher level [22]. In conclusion, research suggests that there is a positive relationship between organizational health and employee awareness of their rights and privilege. Organizational health can be improved by promoting a positive organizational culture, effective leadership, and management practices. Employee awareness of their rights and privilege 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 their rights and privilege, organizations can increase their chances of success and achieve their goals and objectives.

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