We explain what the organizational climate is, what are its main characteristics and the advantages of a good work environment.

What is the organizational climate?

Organizational climate is called the emotions and motivations corresponding to a group or all the members of a company (employees with and without hierarchical rank). For this reason it is considered that the work environment (or organizational) is the pillar of any organization .

The organizational climate of a company is subject to constant changes since it is influenced by psychosocial, organizational and labor variables that affect business productivity. These variables can be external (depending on the economic, political and social context at the national or global level) or internal (affected by regulations, characteristics or internal modifications of the company).

Characteristics of the organizational climate :

  1. Physical environment

The organizational or work climate is determined by a physical space common to all the members of a company.

  1. Social environment

Social environment

This environment is determined by the people among themselves of the same or other departments within the company.

  1. Structure

All these members have in common that they share the same organizational structure , management style, formality, work and rest hours , leisure rooms, etc.

  1. Organizational behavior

It refers to aspects such as productivity , punctuality, the fulfillment of personal objectives and of each area.

  1. Communication


Within an expected work environment , an attempt is made to promote a type of communication based on trust , empathy, good treatment, cordial dialogue, mutual respect and diplomacy in order to promote productivity and generate an environment suitable to provide greater profits to the company.

  1. Motivation

The motivation will not only be given by pleasant working conditions but also by a set of characteristics of the organizational culture : from a pleasant space to carry out the work task , gifts for special days, extra bonuses, overtime pay, prizes for production, etc. .

  1. Leadership

The leader (s) must commit to creating a pleasant and enjoyable work environment so that each of the members feels motivated and encourages them to meet the organization's objectives .

  1. Belonging


The sense of belonging or identity fosters feelings of togetherness and produces the feeling not only of participating in the group but of belonging to it.

  1. Training

Training is mostly part of the motivation of the members of the organization , and therefore part of the organizational climate. The objective is not only to motivate them but to train them in different areas in order to enrich their cultural capital.

  1. Evaluation

Evaluations are given semi-annually or annually . They are raised with the help of peers and superiors, setting goals that highlight the strengths of each individual and work to improve their weaknesses.

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