In this chapter, we review the important organizational level factors that may impact mid and late careers. Most people’s career experiences are linked to one or multiple organizations. In fact, organizations may be one of the most important social contexts for individuals who enter their adulthood and remain so until they fully exit from the workforce (Hulin, 2002). Research has consistently shown that organizations play important roles in shaping people’s knowledge and skills (e.g., Goldstein & Ford, 2002), values and motivations (e.g., James & James, 1989), emotional experiences (e.g., James et al., 2008), daily activities and time structures (e.g., Wang, Liao, Zhan, & Shi, 2011), and social relationships (e.g., Ferrin, Dirks, & Shah, 2006).