INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY
Modern Management considers human being as resource and it is important for the success of any organization. Every organization attempts to survive and grow and it is difficult in a global economy characterized by cut throat competition, increasing cost, expanding power of labour, rapid technological changes, growing customer expectations etc.
Human resources are wealth of an organization which can help in achieving its goals. The problem of employees satisfaction is regarded as a very significant factor in workers morale, absenteeism and labour turnover.
The amount of co-operation that management may deceive from the employees would depend greatly on the extent of satisfaction amongst them. A dissatisfied worker causes demage to the reputations to the property of the company. The satisfaction of the employees mainly depend upon their salary income and welfare measures.
Since employees join to make small groups, together make large organizations and this constitute society. Employees satisfaction is of great importance for the employees for the organizations and for the society as a whole. Unless the management is able to recognize and satisfy employees needs and wants they will lose motivation and morale and it will affect the best interest of the company.
The need to survey is greater when one or more following factors are present. EXCESSIVE RUMORS
A strong rumor industry is symptomatic of other problems in the organization. These can include communications, trust, and fear. Only a survey can uncover the extent to any of these issues exists.
PLANNED OR RECENT ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES, INCUDING CHANGE OF LEADERSHIP
Change can be difficult for many people. If not handled properly. Productivity and profits can decline.
RAPIDLY GROWING ORGANIZATION
When an organization is growing quickly, it is critical to find out how employees feel about their jobs, the organization, and their fit and future within it.
HIGHLY COMPETITIVE INDUSTRY
In a highly competitive industry, turnover minimization and productivity and creativity maximization are keys to success. Staying in touch with employees is necessary to facilitate continued competitiveness.
A study is carried out in a textile component manufacturing organization to find out the opinion regarding welfare activities, working conditions and service conditions provided by the organizations. INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILE COMPONENTS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
The Textile components manufacturing industry occupies a unique place in our country. One of the earliest to come into existence in india, it accounts for 14% of the total industrial production, contributes to nearly30% of the total exports and is the second largest employment generator after agriculture.
Textile components manufacturing industry is providing one of the most basic needs of people and the holds importance; maintain sustained growth for improving quality of life. It has a unique position as a self-reliant industry, from the production of raw materials to the delivery of finished products, with substantial value-addition at each stage of processing; it is a major contribution to the country’s economy.
Its vast potential for creation of employment opportunities in the agricultural, industrial, organized and decentralized sectors rural and urban areas. India has a natural competitive advantage in terms of a strong and large multi fibre base, abundant cheap skilled labour and presence across the entire value chain of the industry ranging from spinning, weaving and apparel-making enterprises.
There are different textile components
• Carding ( LR C 1/2 and C 1/3)
• Draw Frame ( DO 2S and DO 6 )
• OPEN END and AUTO CONER
• Spindle & Bolester
• Spindle Buster
• Ring-Frame Assemblies
• Spacing Clips, Pnemaphil pipe, Condensers
• PVC Reinforced Flexible Duct Hoses etc
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