The Influence of Employees’ Power Distance Orientation on Their Well-being—Moderating Effects Based on Generational Differences

Ye Xinyi, Xu Xinpeng


From the perspective of organizational behavior, the work reward obtained by workers is not limited to labor reward, but also should include psychological reward such as happiness at work. Through questionnaire survey, relevant data were obtained to explore the influence of power distance orientation on employees’ happiness at the individual level. The results show that there are significant intergenerational differences in employees’ power distance orientation, employees’ subjective happiness has a moderate positive impact on power distance orientation, and intergenerational differences have a negative moderating effect on the relationship between employees’ power distance orientation and employees’ happiness to some extent.

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