In this article research was conducted and with the help of primary data results were interpreted. In this research longitudinal data was collected by the students of MBA. Cross sectional data was selected from the government agency employees, public accounting firms and nonprofit organizations. After collecting this data results were interpreted and it was suggested that relationship between the individuals and culture of the organization is interpretable. Authors explained that dimensions of individual preferences and culture of the organizations exist in real world and they have a strong impact on the job satisfaction of individuals. It was analyzed that person fit in the organization was present in the organizational settings and employees should job satisfaction and commitment after one year of working in the organizations. Students showed interest in working in the organizations that had innovative and open systems (Reilly, et al. 2001, p. 510). On the other hand turnover rate in governmental organizations was high because, employees in those organizations were not satisfied with their jobs. This can be taken as strong evidence about the behavior of the individuals and settings of the organizational culture have a direct relationship.
Positive setting in organizational behavior context
Positive approach is needed for bringing stability in the behavior of the individuals in the organization. This was learned in the lectures of organizational behavior class. If culture of the organization is supportive and they are giving stress free environment to the individuals than motivation of the employees will be increased (Luthans, 2002). This article was written in 2001 but now situations have changed and the field of organizational behavior needs a proactive approach that is positive. This approach will help in resolving the work life balance issues. Strengths of the employees need to be identified and on the basis of these strengths new strategies will be developed.