Research has found that when employees are happy, their organisations thrive. Projects and project managers who manage them have been progressively used by organisations to deliver outputs to their clients. Therefore, the factors affecting project managers’ (PMs’) happiness at work is important to be evaluated. This study sampled 856 project managers from different industries and countries using the happiness at work survey. The results showed that organisational size, job position, work hours, commute time, tenure and project management maturity made a significant difference in PMs’ happiness at work, which provides pointers regarding intervention strategies to address the concerned areas.
|Title of host publication||Institute of Work Psychology International Conference 2020 Proceeding|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2020|
|Name||Institute of Work Psychology International Conference 2020 Proceeding|
- Project management
- Welch test
- Brown Forsythe test
- post hoc Games Howell test