the results of various researches show that thrive employees, more passion and vitality, higher motivation, more mental health, less job quit, and reduced symptoms of physical illnesses are sought. Thriving at work does not only bring about better performance, but also leads people to their duty and help others. The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of thriving at work in the relationship between Contextual Enablers with on job performance and organizational citizenship behavior. The methodology of the present study is applied in terms of the purpose of data collection in a survey type and in terms of data analysis is descriptive-analytic. The statistical population consisted of all employees of an industrial company who were employed in the company in 1395, of which 211 were randomly selected. In order to measure the variables studied, questionnaires were used for climate of trust and respect scales, self-determination scale of psychological empowerment measure, performance feedback, thriving at work, job performance & organizational citizenship behavior. The proposed model was evaluated through structural equation modeling with Amos software. Interface relationships were tested in the proposed model by bootstrap method. Finding indicated that the proposed model fit the data properly. Also, the results showed that self-determination directly and through Thriving at work mediation effect on job performance and organizational citizenship behavior.
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