Vacation Styles, Mental Well-Being and Work Motivation
Keywords:Mental - Wellbeing, Work Motivation, Workcation, Vacation, Gender
AbstractThe aim of the study was to scrutinize the differences in Mental Wellbeing and Work Motivation of corporate employees with respect to their gender and vacation styles, that is, workcation and vacation. The study also assessed the association between employees’ work motivation and mental wellbeing. A descriptive study was carried out and the data was drawn from an online survey of 195 employees. The Work Motivation Questionnaire (Agarwal, 2012) and Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing scale (Taggart, 2016) were utilized to gather the data. Independent samples t-tests were used to interpret the differences in well-being and work motivation of corporate employees with regards to their gender and vacation styles, workcation and vacation. Correlation and linear regression were both employed to evaluate the link and effect of work motivation on mental wellbeing. The findings indicated that there were no significant differences in wellbeing and work motivation of employees based on their vacation styles. There was a significant difference in the wellbeing of employees with respect to their gender and no significant difference was found in employees’ work motivation based on their gender. Work motivation was found to be significantly correlated with mental wellbeing, accounting for 21.3% of the variance in mental wellbeing can be explained by work motivation.
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