A Study on Organisational Practices that Influence Employee Engagement at New SPP, Erode District, Tamilnadu

ICIMP-2018 | SPECIAL ISSUE | SEP-2018 | Published Online: 03 October 2018    PDF ( 248 KB )
Author(s)
Dr. A.C. Deepa 1; Dr. N.Kodhainayaki 2; G. Illakiya 3

1Assistant Professor, Department of Corporate Secretaryship , Dr. N.G.P Arts and Science College, Coimbatore (India)

2Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce in BPS ., Dr. N.G.P Arts and Science College, Coimbatore (India)

3Assistant Professor, Department of Corporate Secretaryship , Dr. N.G.P Arts and Science College, Coimbatore (India)

Abstract

The study identified the expectations of employees working in NEW SPP, ERODE. Employees are the assets of the organization. Fulfillment of employees’ requirements contributes to organization’s growth. The impact of employee expectations on employee satisfaction has been examined to enhance their satisfaction level which paves way for productivity. The study identified several factors and the most important factor is employee participation. The most influencing and least influencing factors of employee expectations were found for the betterment of employees and organization. This study was conducted during the period of February to April. The researcher administrated questionnaire method to collect data and stratified random sampling has been used. The findings of study would help the policy maker in general of textile industry to frame suitable policy regarding retention of employees.

Keywords
Employee, Engagement, Organisation, Commitment, Workplace
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