A Study on Employe Welfare

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1.0 INTRODUCTION Chapter 1 is an introductory chapter administers an outline of the study context and clarifies related research problems. It provides an outlook of the research objectives to be achieved, questions to be answered and significance of the study. 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY The welfare of employees is in the best interest of communities and organisations. The work place is a significant part of an individual’s life that affects his or her life and the well-being of the community. (Harter, 2002). Employee welfare has to do with the effective management of people in an organisation which can also be said to be Human Resource Management (Voorde, 2009). Employee Welfare has become one of the dominant topics in Human Resource research (Boxall & Purcell, 2008; Guest 1997.) Employee welfare and organisational effectiveness work hand in hand to achieve each factor goals. Employee welfare tries to ensure that the employees are fit both physically, emotionally, psychologically and even domestically for work. Employee welfare deals with various issues that employees are going through that tend to burden them (Voorde, 2009). Such issues may include domestic problems, financial issues, career development need, health challenges etc. Such issues can affect employee willingness to work greatly in other words, employee welfare goes a long way in determining the attitude employees have towards their jobs (Voorde, 2009). The average adult spends much of his or her life working, as much as a quarter or perhaps a third of his waking life is work. As much as a fifth to a quarter variations in adult life, satisfaction can be accounted for by satisfaction of individuals with their work (Campbell, Converse, & Rodgers, 1976). However, the ... ... middle of paper ... ...workmen. Welfare is fundamentally an attitude of mind on the part of the management influencing the methods by which management activities are undertaken (Basavaraj, 2013) Pension Scheme: For the establishment of a non-wage reward system, the pension provision scheme is referred as an instrument of management to offer the incentives in valuing the human capital of organizations (Walker & Foster, 2006). Turnover Intentions: the subjective perception of an organizational member to quit the current job for other opportunities (Lee, W.J 2008). REFERENCES Basavaraj, R. &. (2013). Employee Welfare Measures in Mining Industries. International Journal of Multidisiplinary Management Studies . Boxall, P., Purcell, J. & Wright, P. (2007). Human resource management: Scope, analysis, and significance. In: The oxford handbook of human resource management. (pp. 1-16).
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