The research determined the relationship between wellness status and work satisfaction of the production operators at Miyasaka Polymer Philippines, Inc. Established in 1994, the firm is a Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) registered company which manufactures molded rubber parts for automobiles, electrical, and medical appliances. The study focused on the seven dimensions of wellness and its relationship with the work satisfaction of the production operators.
The researchers used both quantitative and qualitative methods. Questionnaires were distributed and answered by the production operators to assess the level of wellness of the employees. Interview with the HRAD Manager of the company was also conducted. Data were treated statistically and thematically. Results showed that the programs and activities organized by the company for the employees’ wellness were very effective and had affected their employees’ work satisfaction positively. The researchers recommended that the company should continue to ensure the wellnes employees by improving the current wellness programs as well as increase and maintain their work satisfaction.