The relationship between employees' perception of emotional blackmail and their well-being

Chung-Chu Liu
2010 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Mental Well-being has become an important variable in the effectiveness of employees for many companies. Over the past few decades, companies have become creative in their efforts to improve their employees' well-being. The topic on emotions has long been discussed. Although discussions on emotions are frequent, emotional blackmail is rarely mentioned. Therefore, this research aims to explore the relationship between employees' perception of emotional blackmail and their well-being. With a
more » ... -being. With a total of 299 valid questionnaires completed by employees, this paper presents some conclusive suggestions for businesses and scholars alike.
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.07.092 fatcat:bbr4pdox7vgf5gwgz55qxoxhqq