Social factor and its impact on staff happiness

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Work and social life with family and friends are conceptualized as factors of personal happiness. Thus, work and social life have to share time resources. Time limitation can put strains on the relationship in work-related life and social life. Intense commitment at work has the potential to interfere one’s social life. Therefore, this study aimed to figure out the effects of the social factors on staff happiness.The research design for this study was a quantitative method using survey and focus group discussion (FGD). The simple random sampling technique was executed as a methodology for this research paper. This study involved 535 respondents from the population of academic and administrative staff in UTHM. All the data is analyzed descriptively using SPSS version 2.0. The result has shown that the elements of a relationship, either with friends or family are found to be the main contributors in determining staff happiness.




Isa, K., Jam, N. A. M., Tenah, S. S., Shahar, H. B. K., & Palpanadan, S. T. (2019). Social factor and its impact on staff happiness. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 6574–6578.

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