A Study on Job Satisfaction among the Employees at Dalmia Cement (Bharath) Ltd., Dalmiapuram, Tamil Nadu

Author
P.Manicka Jothi, Dr.S.Sangeeta
Keywords
Job Satisfaction; Mill; Job Security; Rewards; Working Conditions.
Abstract
Job delight is a preferred mind-set in the direction of one’s process, the difference between the amount of praise people get hold of and the quantity they accept as true with they need to receive. Worker is a backbone of every organization, without employee no work may be done. So, worker’s delight may be very vital. Personnel can be greater glad if they get what they predicted, job pleasure relates to inner emotions of employees. Hence, this study has been carried out to analyze the satisfaction level of mill employees. Chi-Square test and percentage analysis have been used in this study to analyze the job satisfaction of paper mill employees in Madura coats Madurai district. The study shows that only 44% of the employees are satisfied with the working conditions, 31% of them with the welfare facilities, 44% of them with the accident compensation, and 42% of them are satisfied with the rewards provided and 52% of them are satisfied with the grievance handling procedure. The company may additionally give significance to positive elements such as canteen, rest room centers, rewards, reputation and merchandising coverage in order that delight of the employees may be advanced similarly.
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Received : 16 June 2022
Accepted : 24 September 2022
Published : 29 September2022
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v9.i3.2022.93004

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