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the relationship between organizational health and Employee's family Relation with the organization

Organizational health and employee's family relation with the organization 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 [33]. On the other hand, employee's family relation with the organization refers to the extent to which employees feel supported by their organization in balancing their work and family responsibilities [34]. Research suggests that there is a positive relationship between organizational health and employee's family relation with the organization. For instance, Jain et al. (2013) found that employee commitment to the organization mediates the relationship between job stress and employee health and well-being [33]. This suggests that when employees are committed to the organization, they are more likely to experience positive health and well-being outcomes, which in turn can positively impact their family relations with the organization. Moreover, research suggests that family-friendly policies and practices can improve employee job satisfaction, commitment, and retention [34][35]. A study by Allen et al. (2013) found that family-supportive supervisor behaviors are positively related to employee job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and intention to stay with the organization [35]. Similarly, a study by Kossek et al. (2011) found that family-supportive organizational culture is positively related to employee job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and retention [34]. Furthermore, research suggests that work-family conflict can negatively impact employee health and well-being, as well as organizational outcomes such as absenteeism and turnover [36]. A study by Grzywacz and Bass (2003) found that work-family conflict is negatively related to employee health and well-being, and that family-supportive supervisor behaviors can buffer the negative effects of work-family conflict [36]. This suggests that when organizations support employees in balancing their work and family responsibilities, it can positively impact employee health and well-being, as well as organizational outcomes. In conclusion, research suggests that there is a positive relationship between organizational health and employee's family relation with the organization. Organizational health can be improved by promoting a positive organizational culture, effective leadership, and management practices. Employee's family relation with the organization can be improved by promoting family-friendly policies and practices, supporting employees in balancing their work and family responsibilities, and building a family-supportive organizational culture. By improving both organizational health and employee's family relation with the organization, organizations can increase their chances of success and achieve their goals and objectives.

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