Organizational well-being in a sample of Italian local health care units In scientific field and in European social policies organizational well-being has become one of the most main topics of discussion, particularly referring to health care settings, given the high complexity of organizational dynamics, show a high risk to well-being organization. This can impact on stress and well-being of workers. The present study examines the working factors of organizational health in a sample of Italian local health units (Asl). For this aim we used the data related to a national research of about 8000 employees (Multidimensional Organizational Health Questionnaire) differentiated by geographical area and gender. The results show that the factors with greater effect on psychosomatic disorders, stress and job satisfaction were workload, safety, conflict and openness to innovation. Moreover, in all geographical areas and greater extent to women, the perception of fairness and the workload are more problematic. In addition, to South of Italy and Islands the perception of safety and comfort of the environment appear to be more critical. Finally, the results show a perception of high stress and low satisfaction in all geographic areas workers and mostly in women.
Keywords: Organizational well-being, organizational health, work-related stress, job satisfaction, health units