The Relationship Between Employees’ Satisfaction and Corporate Culture: The Role of Community in Workplace Culture That Enhance Employee Well-Being and Institutional Success., Peju M. Onile-Ere

Enhanced well-being of employees is essential for any organization to improve their institutional success in productivity, innovation as well as financial growth. Organization’s definition of an employees’ well-being at work is subjective, therefore this research paper gives a new definition of well-being. Well-Being refers to how comfortable, healthy or happy state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy people are in their lives. Employees with enhanced well-being tend to be more engaged and committed at work to grow and help their company achieve their goals. Turnover in service-based companies or with knowledge workers is at its highest rate and highest pace in history and research shows that it will continue to rise. This calls for employers to search for new ways to retain employees by bringing new meaning to their organization. Employers need to understand that well-being is not only related to physical or mental health, which is usually supported through corporate wellness programs, but related more to various different elements such as trust, sense of belonging and others, discussed in this paper, which should be the foundation of their work culture. This research paper proposes the. This research paper presents a potential conceptual framework on the role of community in the workplace culture and how that engenders the well-being of employees and institutional success, which should be a valuable
contribution to the current body on knowledge in this area.

Keywords: Work environment, Employee well-being, Work engagement, Workplace community, well-being at, Trust, Sense of belonging, job satisfaction.

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