Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Humanities and Social Science Research (ICHSSR 2020)

The Impact of Mental Health of Employees on Staff Morale During Returning to Work — The Moderating Effect of Employees’ Satisfaction of Enterprise Emergency Policy

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Xiaochen Li, Juan Tang
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Xiaochen Li
Available Online 1 May 2020.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200428.074How to use a DOI?
Keywords
mental health, psychological well-being, eudaimonia, staff morale
Abstract
2020 just beginning, the economic has been sluggish especially hospitality and tourism industry because the attacked of public health emergency-COVID-19. The situation has gradually improved at the end of March, companies have various emergency responses and business strategies, most of business are work resumption. Human resource is the prime productivity in service intensive industry, take care of staff mental health and improve staff morale are as important as making new business strategy in hospitality and tourism industry. Mental health is measured with psychological well-being six dimensions [1]. Morale includes three dimensions: affective, future/goal and interpersonal [2]. Company emergency responses and business strategies are summary from interview with the management from hospitality and tourism. 400 respondents from hospitality and tourism industry in Guangdong province, Macao, and Hainan Island, the most three popular tourism destinations. Psychological well-being has significant positive affect on staff morale. The satisfaction of emergency responses and actives as a moderating variable.
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DA  - 2020/05/01
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