Every sector and organisation in the world has been significantly impacted by the early 2020 coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which has also changed how people live and work. All these transformations are dealt with in a new way: life works from home and through teleworking. By examining a wide range of potential markers of job satisfaction when working from home when affected by COVID-19, including work-life balance and work stress, this study seeks to close any gaps. A total of 343 forced home workers in the IT industry from all over India participated in a quantitative study, and SPSS was used to analyse the results. The study discovered significant direct and indirect effects of work stress, work-life balance, and working from home on job happiness. Indian workers benefit from working from home as a new pace of work that keeps them happy in their current setting. Working from home might be advantageous; something the corporation should take into account given the collectivist environment.