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Original Research Article

Year: 2017 | Month: Aug | Volume: 7 | Issue: 8 | Pages: 19-23

Relationship of Organizational Climate and Psychological Well –Being among Female Professionals

Dr. Mamta Chauhan

Associate Professor State Institute of Health and Family Welfare-Rajasthan


Background: Physical, psychological and temporal conditions of work affect workers performance, satisfaction and health.
Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the relationship of Organizational climate on psychological well being of Female Officers in Rajasthan.
Method: This study was conducted on 60 Officers of Rajasthan Administrative services/Rajasthan Accounts Services, 60 Female Doctors, 60 Bank Employees and 60 Lecturers. Tool used for measuring organizational climate was MAO-C (Motivational Analysis of Organizational Climate) By Udai Pareek (1989) Psychological well being was measured with Self esteem test by Warr and Jackson(1982), Self rating Depression Scale adopted from Warr and Parry (1982).Positive and Negative affect test adopted from Warr, Barter and Brownbridge(1983).Happiness from Gurin, Veroff and Feld,Life Satisfaction Scale developed by Adrews and Withey(1974),Self Rated Anxiety: adopted from Warr, Cook and Wall(1979) and Pleasure and Strain on previous day adopted from Warr and Payne(1982)
Results: It was found that organizational climate was perceived differently across the professional groups. Organizational Climate have significantly correlation with psychological well-being of Female professionals

Key words:Organizational climate Psychological Well- Being, Female Professionals

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