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Title: ORGANISATIONAL POLITICS IN SINGAPORE AND ITS EFFECTS ON WELL-BEING IN THE NEW HYBRID WORKPLACE
Authors: ABDUL FATTAH SALLEH
Keywords: perceived organisational politics
employee well-being
organisational psychology
hybrid work arrangement
Singapore
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2022
Citation: ABDUL FATTAH SALLEH (2022-10-31). ORGANISATIONAL POLITICS IN SINGAPORE AND ITS EFFECTS ON WELL-BEING IN THE NEW HYBRID WORKPLACE. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The term ‘well-being’ has been at the forefront of discussions in recent times, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the domain of organisational psychology, the discourse on employee well-being thereby becomes relevant. Existing studies on employee well-being have investigated this construct within different contexts and its relationships with a plethora of factors such as perceived organisational politics. However, these established studies predominantly discuss employee well-being in a traditional workplace setting. This dissertation seeks therefore to examine the effects that prevailing perceived organisational politics has on employee well-being in a hybrid work arrangement in Singapore. Through the research study that I had conducted, the relationship between perceived organisational politics with antecedents and outcomes of employee well-being are consistent with existing research studies, while the predicted effects of job connectedness were not supported. Thereafter, I proposed three practical implications that both individuals and senior management may consider based on the findings of this research study.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/235820
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