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Work Satisfaction and Subjective Well-Being in Employees as a Factor of Organisational Effectiveness (On the Example of Foreign Studies) 1161

Hvostikova V.A.
PhD Student at the Chair of Social Psychology at the Russian State University for the Humanities (L. S. Vygotsky Institute for Psychology), Moscow, Russia

The article addresses the problem of improving organisational effectiveness though employees' involvement, focusing in particular on the impact of employees' work satisfaction on the productivity of their activities. Apart from analysing the data obtained in foreign researches, the article also focuses on the concrete effects of work satisfaction and outlines the relation between employee's well-being and such social qualities, as cooperation, activity, motivation, health, creativity etc.

Keywords: satisfaction, emotions, effectiveness, happiness, professional activity, productivity, organisation, employee

Column: Theoretical Research

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