In this article the Organizational Climate Measure (OCM) by Patterson et al. (2005) is tested in the Norwegian service sector in an attempt to investigate the generalizability of the model. The questionnaire was completed by 555 employees of whom 54% were male and 46% female, the average age was 44. A confirmatory factor analysis was conducted to investigate how well the model would fit the data, and an exploratory factor analysis was executed to look for an alternative model. The results for model fit successfully replicated those of Patterson et al., and the failure to find a more suitable model for the data further supported the 17-latent factor model. The author therefore concluded in favor of the 17-latent factor model presented by Patterson et al., supporting that the OCM is a reliable organizational climate measure with good generalizability.