Relationships among Life quality, Social Support and Organizational Justice of White-collar Worker

Chun-mei HU, Shu-jing CUI, Hua-min HE


Objective: To explore the relationship of white-collar workers’ life quality, social support and organizational justice. Methods: We used convenient sampling and questionnaire survey in the study. Totally 476 white-collar workers were from Chongqing Yongchuan by convenient sampling, they completed the whoqol-bref scale, perceived social support scale and organizational justice scale. Results: (1) The average score of white-collar workers’ life quality was (87.92±10.87), almost 90% white-collar workers’ felling of life quality and health was in the general level and above; marriage status、children status and monthly income could influence their life quality. (2)There is a significant correlation among white-collar workers’ life quality, social support and organizational justice. (3) Organizational justice has partial mediating effects on the relation of social support and life quality. Conclusion: White-collar workers’ life quality is in medium level, we should improve their life quality through increasing social support and organizational justice.

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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