Psychological well-being as a predictor to job performance and job satisfaction
Dr. Kompal Wadhawan
PWB refers to the overall or subjective well-being or happiness of a person. It involves phenomenological well- being when people want to be happy, emotional well-being when people are more prone to positive emotions and less prone to negative emotions, and well-being in totality or for whole life. From Hawthorne (1939) to Wright (1998) it has been proved that happy workers demonstrate higher level of job performance and job satisfaction.