The main factors in the organization that can affect the well-being state of employees include;
a) Stress management frameworks
b) Workplace culture
c) Work environment and security
d) Employee and employer’s relationship
e) Collaborative competition
However, the above factors affect the performance of employees at the workplace diversely. First, the stressed management framework can contribute to the achievement of organizational goals, but its future outcomes might be harmful to an organization. Therefore, an organization that offers employees positive organizational psychology, such as overtimes, work- leave, and health insurances sustain their workers for longer and increase its productivity. Secondly, the workplace attributed to positive culture is fit for employees. The organization should promote its performance by caring for employees, avoiding blame and forgiving mistakes, inspiring one another, and emphasizing on work importance. Thirdly, favorable environmental conditions with reduced health and safety risks increase the performance of an organization. Finally, a good relationship among employees and employers as well as the cooperative competition of staff working towards a specific goal encourages excellent organizational performance.