The role of happiness in the workplace in promoting job Engagement An analytical study of the opinions of workers in the student affairs departments of the colleges and institutes of Al-Furat Al-Awsat Technical University

Abstract

The Current research aims mainly at examining the role that happiness plays in the workplace in promoting job Engagement among workers in student's affairs departments in the colleges and institutes of Al-Furat Al-Awsat Technical University. To know the availability of dimensions of research variables in those departments. The researchers constructed hypotheses to measure the correlation and impact relationships between research variables and their testing. While the questionnaire was the main tool for measuring research variables, where (129) questionnaires were distributed to the total number of workers in all sections of student affairs, (117) questionnaires valid for analysis were returned. Where the data were analyzed through a set of statistical tools such as (Alpha Cronbach coefficient, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, Pearson correlation coefficient, regression analysis). The results have proven the validity of the hypotheses, and in light of this a set of conclusions were formulated, the most important of which was a causal relationship between happiness in the workplace and job engagement. Where that any improvement in the levels of dimensions of happiness in the workplace and the factors that support them will reflect its impact on the overall individual performance and the collective, and that this continuous positive effect of happiness will encourage individuals to increase levels of job engagement and enhance their commitment and loyalty.