Keywords: Happiness, positive attitudes, attitudes at work, employee productivity, positive attitudinal attributes
Since 2000, there has been an increasing level of research and organisational interest around such constructs as
- Job satisfaction
- Psychological capital (optimism, efficacy, resilience and hope)
In the main, the interest in these topics has been largely due to the strong connections that have been found between these positive attitudinal attributes or constructs and:
- Employee productivity
- Positive organisational outcomes, including productivity and profit
- Creativity and innovation
- Organisational ambidexterity
- Competitive advantage
- Market relevance.
This new study wanted to find the predictors of happiness at work. It found that there are 12 primary workplace predictors.
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