Vimala Venugopal Muthuswamy
School of Business, Department of Management, King Faisal University, Al hasa 31982, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
S. Akilandeswari
Professor, Government Arts college, Tamilnadu, India


The primary objective of the current study is to investigate the correlation between the self-enhancement motive, psychological empowerment, health consciousness, mental well-being, and self-efficacy with employee satisfaction. This study also investigated the mediating influence of self-efficacy and the moderating influence of health consciousness. The study's data was gathered from personnel employed in various organizations inside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). The data was gathered via a self-administered survey employing random sampling techniques and utilizing a questionnaire with a five-point Likert scale. The study achieved a response rate of 68.88%. The data underwent analysis utilizing statistical software packages, namely SPSS and Smart PLS-3.3.9. The findings from the study indicate that there is a positive relationship between self-efficacy, health consciousness, and satisfaction. Additionally, it was shown that mental well-being, psychological empowerment, and self-enhancement objectives exhibited a statistically significant beneficial influence on self-efficacy. This study aims to address the dearth of research undertaken on the elements that contribute to enhancing employee satisfaction in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). The aforementioned findings provide valuable insights for policymakers in formulating policies pertaining to organizations within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

Keywords:Satisfaction, Self-efficacy, self-enhancement motive, mental wellbeing, psychological empowerment.