The paper discusses the legal significance of organizational well-being. This issue is far from being easy to analyze, given the lack of a clear and unequivocal legisla-tive definition. However, it is a precondition for workers’ well-being, which, in-stead, is protected by the law. Moreover, organizational well-being - meaning the health of the organization as concerns the system of relations and the degree of physical, psychological and social well-being of the work community - entails a close convergence between corporate interests and the interests of workers. The paper shows how this concept is linked to fundamental rights, as well as the rela-tion between the organization of work and the health and safety of workers. Final-ly, it dwells on the rules on public administrations concerning this issue.