Document Type : Quantitative research
Bachelor of Watershed Management, Shiraz Applied Science University, Shiraz, Iran.
Associate in Educational Sciences, Payam Noor University, Sisherd branch, Sisherd, Iran.
Master of Literature, Islamic Azad University, Yasouj branch, Yasouj, Iran.
BA in Guidance and Counseling, Farhangian University of Yasouj, Yasouj, Iran.
PhD in Arabic language and literature/ Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz/ Ahvaz/ Iran
Background and purpose: Today, a new process has started in organizations, and work in organizations has gained a new meaning. Organizations that offer a good quality of work life to their employees have a good index in attracting and retaining employees; Therefore, the quality of employees' work life is the key to the success of any organization, which increases employee satisfaction, strengthens their learning and flexibility in a changing environment. Therefore, this research aimed to investigate the relationship between personality traits and psychological well-being with the quality of work life through the mediation of perceived social support. Methodology: The present research method was a path analysis type descriptive correlation. This research's statistical population was comprised of all the teachers working in education in Boyerahmad city. From the statistical population, 450 people were selected and studied by the available sampling method. To collect data, the social support questionnaires of Ziman and his colleagues (1988), personality traits (NEO), Riff's psychological well-being (1989), and Walton's quality of work life (2003) were used. Evaluation of the proposed model was done using path analysis. Results: The research findings showed that the direct paths of personality traits, psychological well-being, and perceived social support to the quality of work-life, as well as personality traits and psychological well-being to perceived social support, were statistically significant. Conclusion: The results showed that the indirect relationship between personality traits and psychological well-being through perceived social support and the quality of work life was significant. Overall, the research results showed that the quality of working life is affected by many factors, including personality traits, psychological well-being, and perceived social support.