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Larisa Karapetyan1
  • 1 Ural Federal University, 48, Kuibyshev Srt., Ekaterinburg 620026, Russia

Emotional and personal well-being as a predictor of workers’ subjective successfulness (in Russian)

2021. Vol. 11. No. 1. P. 65–92 [issue contents]
Relevance. The activity of employee in production is not the only sphere of their life, which also includes family life, leisure, care for their own physical well-being, etc. For successful implementation in any of these areas, it is important in what psycho-emotional state the specialist is in. Purpose. The goal is to study the success of professional groups of employees in various spheres of life and identify its conditionality with the state of emotional and personal well-being. Methodology. The sample of the main stage of the study was made up of representatives of seven professional categories, suchas employees of the Ministry of internal Affairs, physicians, psychologists, teachers, service workers, engineers, and industrial workers. A total of 1,348 people. To study success, respondents were asked to evaluate its severity on a 10-point scale, where 1 point – “I don’t feel successful”, 7 points – “I amabsolutely successful” in the areas of life identified during the preliminary study (professional, family, cognitive sphere, etc.). Emotional and personal well-being was studied using the SEPWB method (Karapetyan, 2018). Findings. Specialists of professional categories evaluate their success in different ways: the most successful are employees of the Ministry of internal Affairs and physicians, the least successful are employees of industrial enterprises and representatives of the service sector. Most workers have a positive view of their emotional and personal well-being. The highest level of it wasfound in employees of the Ministry of internal Affairs and physicians. It is proved that emotional and personal well-being affects the subjective successfulness in various spheres of life of individual groups of workers. The professional subjective successfulness of physicians is stable in relation to the factor of their emotional and personal well-being / distress. The value of the results lies in the possibility of their application in the psychological support of specialists from various organizations, industries and departments in order to plan measures to optimize the emotional and personal well-being of personnel.

Citation: Karapetyan L. (2021) Emotsional'no-lichnostnoe blagopoluchie kak prediktor sub"ektivnoy uspeshnosti trudyashchikhsya [Emotional and personal well-being as a predictor of workers’ subjective successfulness]. Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology), vol. 11, no 1, pp. 65-92 (in Russian)
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