Hypothesis that H.H behavior at home (rs =0.36), behavior in elective (rs=0.34) & inherent (rs=0.45) hospital H.H, perceived peer group behavior (rs= 0.32) & the attitudes (rs=0.35) will have a positive relationship with wellbeing whereas non-compliance will have a negative correlation (rs=-0.42) with wellbeing, was proved. HCW who washed hands regularly at home also showed good H.H compliance at work, 59% of the HCW admitted of not washing hands everytime, main reasons given for non-compliance were less time (50%), minor patient contact (51.2%) and work overload (52%). HCW had low awareness regarding frequently touched surfaces. Same peer group behaviour was more likely to increase compliance. Social desirability and actor-observer role were observed. Suggestions elicited from the participants to improve compliance to H.H included: banners in local language, use of electronic media to grab interest, proper availability of facilities like hand sanitizers, soaps, cold and warm water, proper placement of wash basins etc.