This book aims to explore the many components of a working environment that should be considered when developing a healthy workplace. The definition of a healthy workplace is expressed in terms of the organization's practices in providing an internal working environment that supports, protects and promotes the health and well-being of employees while concomitantly pursuing its business goals. To test this definition, the working environment was contextualized as the culture, social climate and leadership and the influence of this environment was examined. The results indicate that each of the variables are significant predictors of organizational bond and organizational health practices. More importantly, however, is the differential impact of these variables on the workplace when viewed through a comprehensive model. Overall, this book speaks to the need for contextualizing the workplace before initiating organizational improvement or development.