AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON ORGANISATIONAL CLIMATE OF SELECTED SUGAR MILLS IN TAMIL NADU

Abstract
In India, there is a sweeping shift away from the centralised, controlled, and regularised regime and toward a more liberalised, market-friendly economic structure. Revolutionary advances in science and technology, particularly in information technology, have effectively transformed the modern world into a global village, resulting in a remarkable transformation in the economic system. The study’s major goals were to look at how the stated elements influenced the organisation climate in selected sugar mills in Tamil Nadu from the perspective of the employees. The present study is based on a survey method and is pragmatic in character. Personnel form five sugar mills provided the primary data for this study. There is a link between employees’ job happiness and their age, educational qualifications, monthly wage, designation, length of employment, number of family members, and marital status at selected sugar mills in Tamil nandu. In the sense that it indicated the degree of satisfaction of selected sugar mill employees in Tamil Nadu, the study was a pleasant experience. It is critical to meet the demands of sugar mill workers in order to create a friendly culture and a seamless interaction between both the mills and the employees.

Authors
R Chitra 1, D Rajakumari2
Bharathiyar Arts and Science, India1, Bharathiyar Arts and Science, India2

Keywords
Organisation Climate, Job Satisfaction, Work, Healthy Environment
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Management Studies
( Volume: 7 , Issue: 3 )
Date of Publication :
August 2021
DOI :

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