The discourse on management has increasingly focused on the performance of the organizations to meet the challenges of global competition. But currently, in organizational behavior, very few researches have been initiated to delineate the psychological well-being of employees, from the perspective of life satisfaction. It has been proposed that the relationship between the employee and the employer must be collegial and this is feasible if there is perception of justice within organization and the employees exhibit citizenship .This would lubricate the social and psychological fabric of the organization along with cumulated efficiency and productivity. But the question that spurts is to what extent these positive attitudinal behaviors (justice and citizenship behaviors) have spillover effects on the psychological well-being of employees, in terms of life satisfaction and represents the best of human condition. This book provides guidelines to help managers better understand the psychological needs of the employees that lead to eudaimonistic well-being and enhance human functioning and develop them as global citizens.