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Correlational findings

Study Bellet et al. (2019): study GB 2017

Public:
Sales workers, UK, followed 6 month 2017
Survey name:
Unnamed study
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 12549
Non Response:
63%
Assessment:
Questionnaire: web

Correlate

Authors's Label
Labor supply
Our Classification
Remarks
Detailed individual-level administrative data from the firm.
Distribution
Attendance: M = 0.9255, SD = 0.1416
Sickness: M = 0.0159, SD = 0.0777
Overtime (hrs): M = 0.15; SD = 0.98
Paid time off (hrs): 1.06; SD = 2.99
Paid breaks (mins): M = 12.77; SD = 23.3
Unpaid breaks (mins): M = 213.71, SD = 93.88
Operationalization
Weekly:
a. attendance (1 = perfect)
b. sick leave (1 = any)
c. overtime (1 = any)
d. paid vacation (1 = any)
e. paid breaks (minutes per week)
f. unpaid breaks (minutes per week)

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks M-FH-cw-sqr-f-5-a LRCD = +.07 ns Weekly happiness by weekly attendance at work

Sign reversed by the WDH team. Absenteeism at work is the reverse of attendance. The more happier the employees are, the less attendant they are at work, the more absenteeism they have at work.
M-FH-cw-sqr-f-5-a LRCD = +.17 p < .01 Weekly happiness by weekly days sick leave M-FH-cw-sqr-f-5-a LRCD = -.09 ns Weekly happiness by weekly overtime (any) M-FH-cw-sqr-f-5-a LRCD = -.14 ns Weekly happiness by weekly paid vacation (any) M-FH-cw-sqr-f-5-a b-IV-F = -4.8 ns Weekly happiness by weekly minutes paid breaks M-FH-cw-sqr-f-5-a b-IV-F = -20 ns Weekly happinesxs by minutes unpaid breaks