Demographic Effects of Job Related Well Being in a Technological Company

  • Hanife GUMUS, Dr.
Keywords: Happiness, Happiness Scale, Productivity, Success, Public Policy, Motivation, Business World Politics, Sense of Happiness, Employee Happiness, Employee Loyalty, Well-Being


The concept of happiness is one of the most discussed and emphasized topics in human history. Many disciplines deal closely with the subject. The concept of happiness, which is supposed to be in the relevant field of philosophy, psychology, sociology, medicine, etc., is primarily concerned with issues in economics, economics and management science, especially after 1950s. Countries consider happiness as an index of the level of development and try to establish values through extensive research. Creating happy individuals has been turned into public policies by the states. Advanced societies accept that; Information society, globalization, technological developments make variable in the parameters of happiness perception.

Researchers are expected to take into account time-dependent variables of all investigations and measurements.

Economics and management disciplines are inevitably interested in the concept of happiness for efficiency, success, and sustainability politics. As a natural consequence of this, the business world closely follows the happiness of its employees. Among the main issues of the business world are the happiness of their employees. Motivation and motivation techniques are of interest to professionals.

If governments are going to make policy decisions by measuring results of happiness, companies also recognize that there is a linear relationship between employee loyalty and happiness. Employee loyalty surveys determine the policies of the companies.

In this study, it has been tried to pay attention by presenting a brief literature about employee happiness, especially the sense of happiness of female employees.