Uncover Your Happiness Drivers at Work

Singapore 2020

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Have You Forgotten ...


that our national pledge have the word "Happiness" in it? Many of us chase after prosperity and progress, giving up happiness in exchange.

Boost Your

Workplace Happiness


Take our Workplace Happiness Survey and get a free personalised report with actionable insights for you to boost your happiness at work!

Up to 84 unique recommendations for you to start boosting your workplace happiness level!

The Science Behind

Based on Positive Psychology and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs at the workplace, this survey studies the perception of workplace happiness. The Workplace Happiness Survey is adapted from the Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and divides its 28 factors into 4 levels, namely Basic, Belonging, Engagement and Well-being.

Basic captures basic needs at work and expectations of employees.

Belonging captures the social elements of work, which is broadly known as work culture.

Engagement captures how much an employee love the work he or she does.

Well-being captures employee’s psychological strengths and psychological alignment with the job they do.

Satisfaction of each level is not an “all-or-none” phenomenon. Therefore, the levels are not fixed, and each need does not have to be fulfilled 100 per cent to be able to move to higher levels.


The lower two levels of Basic and Belonging are considered as hygiene factors where experiencing more of it would not imply greater happiness but less of it implies greater unhappiness. If they are not sufficiently met, it influences our psychological health and obstructs our tendency to seek out growth and well-being. For example, the longer a person goes on to be paid unfairly at work, the more they would focus on increasing salary and benefits as their main priority.

The top two levels of Engagement and Well-being are motivators where more experience of it would lead to greater happiness but the less of it would not lead to unhappiness. These factors do not stem from the lack of something, but rather from a desire to grow as a person . Once these two levels have been more or less been satisfied, it can be said that you have reached the top of the workplace happiness pyramid.

Of course, life experiences, such as a loss of job, change in career, depression or anxiety, health issues, and many others may cause individuals to move back and forth between levels of the workplace happiness hierarchy. As such, if you want to be happy at work, it is important to maintain awareness the areas that are lacking and needs growth.

2020 Workplace Happiness Results Sharing


Align Group will be piecing together the results gathered from the launch date of the survey till 10th December 2020 to assess workplace happiness trends and insights in Singapore.

Join us for a webinar where we will be sharing the findings on 8th January 2021, 4pm. Register your interest using the form below!


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Why is Align Group Organising the

Workplace Happiness Survey?

Why Now, Why Us?

The year 2020 has been particularly difficult for many of us. Employees are facing high amount of work stress, the state of mental health has gotten worse, retrenchment continue to rise and unemployment rates are not improving. The impact of Covid-19 has been far too disastrous on the lives of many.


To get through this crisis, we believe that it is through unity - where people come together and help one another - that determines whether or not we survive as a nation. As such, with us being a company with a mission focused on advocating positivity at work, we would like to share some practical recommendations that will help you improve your well-being during this trying times. If you like the recommendations, please help spread the word and share this survey with your friends!


Can I really impact my happiness level?

Sonja Lyubomirsky in her book The How of Happiness talks about the heritability of happiness. Her research shows that there is a “set point” for your own personal happiness, and that set point is 50% determined by genetics. In other words you are born with a tendency to be very happy, somewhat happy, or not very happy. The events in your life can affect your happiness, but not very much, and not for very long.


This means the other 50% is yours to decide. You have the power to influence your happiness by improving your life/work conditions and changing your behaviour. Remember you are more than just labour input or resources. Only by tapping into your human core can you find the inner drive to contribute positively to work and society.

2014's National Workplace

Happiness Survey Results

Workplace Happiness Survey For Your Company

Get an overview of your company's happiness score and the factors you should be prioritising on to start impacting happiness levels!

Worth $2,500 now FREE!

Limited time only, from 20 Nov 2020 till 12 December 2020!

Frequently Asked Questions

Spread Happiness To Your Company

Register for a FREE Workplace Happiness Survey for your company and our consultants will get back to you on the next step within 1 to 3 working days.


Important notes:

  1. Applicable only to companies based in Singapore with more than 20 employees participating in the survey.
  2. The Free Workplace Happiness Survey Report will only present aggregated scores of the first 50 respondent's answer.
  3. Our survey promises anonymity to your employees so that they have the space to provide more honest feedback. As such, their personal information and individual scorings will not be shared under any circumstances. Only aggregated scores will be presented.