Psychological Well-Being as Correlates to Organizational Commitment: Basis for Enriched Wellness Program

Mary Kahtleen V. Lagan
Instructor, Western Philippines University, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan


Psychological Well-being, Organizational Commitment, Wellness program


The study was conducted to examine the correlation of psychological
well-being and organizational commitment as the basis for enriched wellness
programs among 100 Social Health Workers specifically Case Workers and
Family Welfare Assistants in the Department of Social Welfare and
Development in the National Capital Region. It is based on the notion that the
success of an organization comes with the contributed effort of every employee
that have given their best to work hard, committed in their jobs, have a clear
the vision of their mandates, and functioning well in their working environment. To
sustain this kind of employees there is a need to have an established and reliable
Human Resources (HR) Management that will ensure to address properly the
work-related concerns of employees and implement a relevant wellness
program to enhance their psychological well-being that will lead to quality work
output and excellent services. Based on the mean scores of the components of
psychological well-being, the positive relations with others got the highest mean
the score followed by personal growth and self-acceptance. However, the three
components which are in bottom ranked are the purpose in life, autonomy, and
environmental mastery. The results of the mean scores of organizational
commitments to its components that got the highest mean score were the
normative commitment followed by affective commitment while the
continuance commitment got the lowest mean score.

Enderun Colleges Scholarly Review, Volume 3, Issue 1.


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