Factors Influencing Employees to Work More and Make The Rinl Turnaround: An Experimental Study, Rinl, Visakhapatnam

Budharaju Suryanarayana Raju

Abstract


In any organisation, management tries to coordinate various factors of production is such a way that each factors contribute to its maximum efficiency to achieve organizational goals. So far as factors like materials, technology are concerned, their efficiency largely depends upon the level of technology being used followed by the performance and motivation level of Human resources who handled and control these factors. Thus, to make total factors efficiency and effective, management has to improve the performance level of Human resources in the organisation through motivation. The performance of the organisation is determined by the level of ability employee to do certain work and level of motivational factors. Organization uses many techniques to motivate and utilize the talent. It should implement various strategies to make the employee to work hard.

Here the researcher has made an attempt to know the factors which influencing the employee to work more and make the RINL turnaround. To achieve the above objective, the researchers have selected Shop floor level employees and supervisors of 500 as a sample size for the study. A quota sampling technique has been used to collect the response. RINL has been providing very congenial environment to enhance the employees’ competencies and achieve its strategic aims. As a result employee productivity is enhanced and cost of production is declined. The researcher observed that the rationales behind it are the commitment and motivational levels among the employee.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v3i2.638

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