The research presented in this document explored the relationship
of perceived ethical climate and perceived organizational support
on the job-related affective well-being of an organizations
constituency through a quantitative research methodology. The basic
premise of the research mantained that the ethical climate and
organizational support of an organization influence and affect the
affective well-being of that organization and that the
relationships are predictive in nature. The presented premise
supports the rationale of the research which suggests a
cognitive-affective model of ethical decision making and explains
the relationship between emotions and ethical behaviors. The study
found a significant and predictive relationship between all of the
relationship variables but not in all variable components.
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