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IMPACT OF WORKPLACE HAPPINESS UPON EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE
Rajeshwari Narendran, Abha Toshniwal

Last modified: 2019-03-28

Abstract


Work is one of important aspects of human lives (Dulk, Groeneveld, Ollier-Malaterre, & Valcour, 2013). People perform their work in exchange for either monetary (e.g. salary and benefits) or non-monetary rewards (e.g. psychological fulfillment from work) (Stiglbauer & Batinic, 2012). The most important dynamics of workplace is reflected in the culture and the job satisfaction of employees. The work place happiness is becoming day by day is considered to be an important tool for retention of talents and a cause to business development and can contribute to increase employees’ productivity (Quick & Quick, 2004). The present study focuses the impact of workplace happiness upon the individual and organizational performance. This research is a pilot study in which 140 employees of various business organizations in India, surveyed in stage one of work in progress paper, further to be developed for full research in stage two and three.


Keywords


employees; happinness

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