HEALTHY WORKING ENVIRONMENT, ORGANIZATION'S REPUTATION AND THEIR IMPACT ON EMPLOYEE'S ORGANIZATIONAL FIT: AN EXPLORATORY RESEARCH AT SOME PRIVATE BANKS IN BAGHDAD
The research aims to identify impact models of a healthy working environment and the organization's reputation on the employee's organizational fit. The research population is all private banks in Baghdad, a sample of six banks was selected. 200 questionnaires were distributed, 158 of them returned, 141 of them were valid for analysis. The research employed three approaches: Historical, descriptive, and analytical. To clarify the research's concepts, the first approach was adopted, to clarify the dimensions of the research, the second approach was adopted, and to analyzing the research's dimensions the analytical approach was used. The Amos, 21 software was used to assess the validity of the study model, and the data were analyzed using the spss, 23 programs. The study came up with many conclusions, the most noteworthy of which was that: At the overall and sub-level, the healthy working environment has a statistically significant impact on the employee's organizational fit. And the organization's reputation plays a role in the employee's organizational fit, the impact models between the two dimensions at the overall and sub-level were significant and statistical. The research produced a series of recommendations based on these findings, intending to put their findings into reality.
Keywords: Healthy Working Environment, Organization's Reputation, Organizational Fit, Employees.