IntroductionMethodologyAnalysisConclusion and DiscussionFurther Recommendation forFuture Research
The objective of this study was to explore the level of happiness and factors affecting happiness among peoplewho worked in Thailand. As such, this research focused on a study of working adults and their level of happiness based on gender, age, life and work status
Method of Using theSurvey questionnaireThe survey includesdemographicquestions andattitudinal questionsregarding happinessThe research isdone in Privateand public places
Method of Using theSurvey questionnaireThe survey includesdemographic questionsand attitudinal questionsregarding happinessThe research isdone in Private andpublic places
Hypothesis -H1: Female employees are happier than Male employees in the workplace.-H2 : Young employees are happier than elder employees. Methodology : Quantitative & Qualitative Frequency Chi-Square Test Means Plots in SPSS
H1: Relationship between happiness level coming from life and gender (Family) Chi-Square Tests Value df Asymp. Sig. (2-sided)Pearson Chi-Square 18.276a 4 .001Likelihood Ratio 19.993 4 .001Linear-by-Linear Association 2.136 1 .144N of Valid Cases 500a. 0 cells (.0%) have expected count less than 5. The minimum expected count is5.67
Chi-Square test : 0.000 Means Plots Relationship between happiness coming from families and Age
•The factors influence the level of happiness includes families, friends, leisure time, work environment, attitude of the boss and so on.•There is no relationships between happiness and gender, which means that regardless of gender, both female respondents and male respondents are equally happy.•Young employees are happier than oldemployees.
Make a comfortable and active environment in workplace to reduce the work. Encourage your employees but don’t just criticize them directly if they make mistakes. Keep a watchful eye on the employees’ mood and be a good listener and good psychiatrist.
Creat opportunities such as parties, picnic, football or basketball match, etc. for employees to build relationship with each other. In summary, people are the most important assets in an organization or a company, increasing the happiness level of the employees means increasing their work effectively as well as the development of ther organization.
The authors want to express their gratitude to all the people who help with this study. Deepest gratitude is given to their supervisor, Prof. Dr. Peter Williamson sfor a great of help and invaluable assistance, and guidance.Special thanks also to all other Professors who support and encourage the authors during this research.