Levels of Work Place Happiness, Organizational Commitment, Work Motivation, and Job Satisfaction Among Secondary School Teachers in Bhutan
Cheki Gyeltshen1, Nimisha Beri2

1Cheki Gyeltshen, Principal, Khoyar Primary School, Samdrupjongkhar Bhutan.
2Nimisha Beri, Professor, Department of Education, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab), India.
Manuscript received on 04 May 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 16 May 2019 | Manuscript Published on 23 May 2019 | PP: 428-435 | Volume-7 Issue-6S5 April 2019 | Retrieval Number: F10720476S519/2019©BEIESP
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Abstract: The happiness at workplace means the individual’s belief that the work is performed fruitfully to accomplish the goals of an organization. Job satisfaction refers to when the employees are satisfied with the job and performing the tasks to the best of their ability. Organizational Commitment well-defines as the person’s psychological attachment to the organization. Work Motivationis a driving force to make an individual to accomplish the organizational goals as set. Objective of the study: To find out and analyze the level of work place happiness, organizational commitment, work motivation, and job satisfaction among secondary school teachers in Bhutan. Research method: The present study used a descriptive analytical survey design. The target population of this study focused on the secondary teachers in Samdrupjongkhar and Trash gang districts of eastern Bhutan. Sampling frame and techniques: The proportionate sampling technique is used for sample size of 225 secondary school teachers. Researcher took approx. 50% of total sample from Trashigang district and from Samdrupjongkhar district respectively.Statistical techniques: The statistical techniques used for data collection of the present study were mean, percentage and standard deviation for analyzing the group trend. Research findings:The findings of the study reveal that the majority of teachers are in average level of work place happiness, work motivation and job satisfaction. However, the maximum of the secondary school teachers of the selected schools revealed in high level of organizational commitment (OC). Recommendations: The ministry of education to revisit the educational policies and frame the mandate policy on infrastructure development in schools irrespective of school settings. The district education officers and school principals should look into the circumstances of secondary school teachers of two districts.
Keywords: Happiness, Job Satisfaction, Work Motivation, Organizational Commitment, Organizational Goals.
Scope of the Article: Process and Workflow Management