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CHAPTER –II REVIEW OF LITERATURE
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology IJRASET
Welfares includes that is done for comfort and improvement of employees and is provided over and above the wages. Welfare helps in keeping the morale and motivation of the employees high so as to retain the employees for longer duration. The welfare measures need not be in monetary terms only but it can be in any kind. The aim of the study is to study the welfare activities for employees at Shree Durga Syntex Pvt Ltd. To identify the satisfaction level of employee regarding the welfare activities provided to employees and to find out compulsory and non-compulsory welfare activities in company. Descriptive research method has been used to describe the characteristics of variables. The study is conducted using primary data collected from 70 random respondents through systematic structured questionnaire and secondary data through company websites, articles and journals. From the study it is find that the company provide the welfare activities according to the factories act,1948 to their employees and they also offer sufficient kinds of welfare activities to their employees. At last but not least it can be concluded that majority of employees are satisfied with the compulsory and non-compulsory welfare activities provided by the company.
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In the today's competitive world, if the organisation wants to excel and increase its efficiency and effectiveness, it is very important to make employees satisfy. Therefore, in order to satisfy the employees and to increase their standard of living, employer provides him various welfare facilities. Welfare facilities are a comprehensive term and include everything provided by the employer to its employees over and above wages. Welfare measures are the measures of promoting the efficiency of employee. The various welfare measures provided by the employer will have immediate impact on the health, physical and mental efficiency, satisfaction level and overall efficiency of the worker and thereby contributing to the higher efficiency of the organisation. This paper highlights the various welfare measures adopted the company in order to increase the efficiency of the workers. To achieve these objectives, author use descriptive study by using sample of thirty employees of the organisation and to check the reliability chi – square test was used.
Labour welfare activity in India was largely influence by humanitarian principles and legislation. Labour welfare is an important facet of industrial relations the extra dimension, giving satisfaction to the worker in way, which even a good wage cannot. With the growth of industrialization and mechanization, it has acquire added importance in our modern industrial society the concept of the labour welfare has seemed significant importance because is it closely associated with the productivity of labour turnover absenteeism, moral and other economic, non-economic consideration of labour.
International Res Jour Managt Socio Human
The work undertaken focuses on different welfare facilities providing to the employees of South central railway, one of the zones of Indian Railways headquartered at Secunderabad. Labor welfare facilities help to improve the health, safety and general well being of the workers. Employers, trade unions, governmental and non government agencies are involved in providing welfare facilities to the employees employed. Welfare facilities include measures inside and outside the organizations, such as conditions of the work environment, health services, housing, sanitation, transport etc. the welfare facilities together contribute to better work. Employee welfare scheme’s aim is to make the worker happy, healthy, committed, and loyal. Key words: welfare practices, safety measures, economic betterment
Global Technocrats and Intellectual Association
Management Dynamics, Vol. 17, No.1, pp. 24-35
Purpose: The study aims to examine and compare the workers’ perception towards various labour welfare facilities provided in the co-operative and private sugar mills of Punjab state of India. The study also examines the association of perception scores for welfare facilities with the personal characteristics of workers. Methodology: Data was collected from 490 workers (280 from co-operative sugar mills and 210 from private sugar mills) with the help of a structured questionnaire. The sample was drawn using referral sampling method. Findings: Results showed that out of 29 welfare facilities examined in this study, facilities like canteen, medical, sitting, drinking water, housing and cycle sheds are found satisfactory in both the types of sugar mills. The study also found that workers’ perception scores on welfare facilities were associated with most of their personal characteristics. Implications: The study emphasizes on provision of need based valuable welfare facilities which can enhance the efficiency of workers that will ultimately lead to increased individual and organizational productivity. Limitations: The main limitation is the size of sample which restricts the generalization of results in Punjab state and secondly, the use of random sampling might have improved the results of the study.
The textile plays a vital role in human life. Textile industries are one of the important industries of India for earning Foreign Exchange and giving employment to lakhs of workers. Because of being a highly labor intensive industry it needs to concentrate more in the area of employee welfare. As per this study, Welfare measures plays important role in employee satisfaction and it results in improved quality of work life. Employee welfare defines as " efforts to make life worth living for workmen ". These efforts have their origin either in some statute formed by the state or in some local custom or in collective agreement or in the employer's own initiative.
Dr. Arjita Jain
Employee Welfare and benefits is a corporate attitude or commitment reflected in the expressed care for employees all levels. It aims to produce a working environment which is stimulating enough to encourage development and interest in the employees. The present study is made an attempt to determine the status of employee welfare & benefit practices adopted by Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (Lubes Plant, Navi Mumbai) and suggest some ways to improve the quality of welfare practices. The research type is exploratory. The data base has been framed from a sample of 40 employees working in the plant those who are on the roll of IOC Limited. Primary data was collected with the help of questionnaire filled by the respondents. The data was analyzed using percentage analysis. The research findings revealed that overall employees were satisfied with existing welfare facilities; allowances, medical facilities, quality of work life, safety and security. Overtime allowances and canteen facilities ...
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