This study will explore three objectives: First, to analyze that personal characteristic of employees (sex, age, education level, marital status, position, years of service) have significant differences in satisfaction with welfare measures. Second, to analyze that Employees of different personal characteristics, for well-being have significant differences. Third, to investigate whether there is a significant correlation between welfare measures and well-being .
Among the research literature in the past, welfare perception and employee well-being seldom studied by scholars, but the relationship between the two is worth studying. This study is based on questionnaires way. The target respondents of questionnaire survey are employees of New Taipei City Government subordinate first and second level agencies, district offices, schools that employee up to 30 people or more. Using sampling approach, total 430 questionnaires were issued, 374 returned, the return rate was 86.9%. After deleting incomplete questionnaires, total effective sample was 365; the effective return rate was 84.8%. After the questionnaire data were verified using such methods as descriptive statistics , independent sample-t test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson correlation analysis, crucial conclusions drawn from the research are summarized below:
First, personal characteristics have significant differences in satisfaction with welfare measures, this assumption is partially substantiated. Second, Employees of different personal characteristics, for well-being have significant differences, this assumption is partially substantiated. Third, perception of the relationship between welfare and well-being , the results showed a positive correlation.