The Quality of Life among Employees in Accounting Firm


  • Wendy Teoh Ming Yen
  • Siti Sarah Omar
  • Yuen Yee Yen
  • Chew Yi Ching


Accounting firm, Quality of life, Work-life balance, Work stress, Work and family roles, Malaysia, Employee, Family


Purpose–In view of the promising growth of the quality of life among accounting firm employees in Malaysia, this study aims to determine the quality of life among employees in accounting firm and identify the work-life balance, work stress and work and family roles.
Design/Methodology/Approach- A self-reporting questionnaire was conducted and developed to 150 respondents. The study adopts a five-point Likert scale ranging from 1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree.
Findings- The multiple linear regression results reveal that work-life balance and work and family roles significant influences on the quality of life among accounting firm employee. However, the insignificant results obtained for work stress warrant further investigation.
Research Implication- The study proposes three factors for measuring the employee quality of life towards their job which is replicable across different family. However, the small sample size raises the issue of generalizability which future studies should seek to address.




How to Cite

Wendy Teoh Ming Yen, Siti Sarah Omar, Yuen Yee Yen, & Chew Yi Ching. (2023). The Quality of Life among Employees in Accounting Firm. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 965–969. Retrieved from




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