Purpose of the Study: In today’s world, stress has become a worldwide phenomenon, which occurs in various forms in every workplace. In today’s work life, employees are generally working for longer hours, as the rising levels of responsibilities require them to exert themselves even more strenuously to meet rising expectations about work performance. To study the employees of colleges are happy with the environment. The purpose of the study to know about the employees of colleges have control over the job and have adequate information on their role at work, to study the employees of colleges work under pressure and are being asked to do more than their ability permits and to know whether the employees of colleges allowed in participating in decision making. Sampling Procedure: Sampling Plan: Universe: The area of study is Ambala, Shahabad, Kurukshetra. Sampling Procedure: In this study, the respondents were chosen through convenience sampling i.e. S.D. College (Lahore), Ambala Cantt; Markanda National College, Shahabad; Arya Kanya Mahavidalaya, Shahabad, University College, Kurukshetra, where all the accessible employees were contacted by tracing them from the records. Contact Method: The respondents were contacted personally and information was derived and questionnaires were filled. Sample Size: 100 Sampling Technique: A non-probability sampling technique i.e. convenience sampling is used. Findings and Suggestions: The study has been shown that mostly respondents are happy with their working environment and the study has been revealed that the most of the respondents have a control over their job. The study suggested that The respondents in the permanent job category suffered high level of stress. This may be due to more authority and responsibility which ultimately leads to more work load. So, both the authority and responsibility should be equally allocated between all the teacher respondents.