International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

The Effect of Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Subjective Well-Being
Gülseren Yurcu, Ülker Çolakoğlu, Hakan Atay

The adoption of the high degree of organizational citizenship behavior and subjective well-being of its employees is desirable from a business perspective. In this research, the effect of the employees’ organizational citizenship behavior dimensions on subjective well-being was examined. Data was collected from 2051 employees who work at 50 five stars hotel in the zone of Belek\Kadriye connected to the centre of Antalya Province and its district, Serik. Oxford Happiness Inventory (OHI) questionnaire and Organizational Citizenship Behavior Scale was used to collect data from employees. For the analysis of the data collected, the data about the demographic variables was analyzed by using frequencies and percent values. Besides, factor analysis, correlation and linear regression analysis were drawn upon. The findings indicated that; three dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior: altruism, sportsmanship and civic virtue had a significant positive effect, whereas conscientiousness dimension had a negative effect on the employees’ subjective well-being.

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