Why organizational support matters

The data shows that employees are more likely to feel higher levels of well-being when they feel higher levels of organizational support. The opposite is true, too — employees are more likely to feel lower levels of well-being when they perceive lower organizational support.

When organizations aren’t supportive, employees aren’t as likely to achieve well-being on their own.

Employee Well-being: Culture, Leaders, Strategic Alignment, Tools and Programs, Manager, Teams and Peers, Networks and Environment

Leaders play a big role in organizational support for well-being — but other factors matter more. In fact, our research indicates that managers are most important.


2016 Well-Being and Engagement Report Preview

Learn more about how organizational support connects with well-being and engagement.

Download The 2016 Well-Being & Engagement report