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  • 1. INTRODUCTION Job satisfaction is defined as “the extent to which people like(satisfaction) or dislike (dissatisfaction) their jobs” (Spector, 1997, p.2). Thisdefinition suggests job satisfaction is a general or global affective reaction thatindividuals hold about their job. While researchers and practitioners most oftenmeasure global job satisfaction, there is also interest in measuring different“facets” or “dimensions” of satisfaction. Examination of these facet conditions isoften useful for a more careful examination of employee satisfaction with criticaljob factors. Traditional job satisfaction facets include: co-workers, pay, jobconditions, supervision, nature of the work and benefits.”Importance of Job Satisfaction Employee turnover can have devastating effects on correctionalfacilities. Excessive turnover wastes recruiting and training dollars. In addition,high turnover rates may also directly affect the security of the institution as well asthe safety of both staff and inmates. Thus this study surveyed correctional staff at amaximum security private prison to examine the impact of the work environment,personal characteristics, external employment opportunities, job satisfaction, andorganizational commitment on turnover intent. The results of the multivariateordinary least squares regression equations generally supported the proposed pathmodel, and indicated age, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment directlyinfluence turnover intent, whereas gender, job satisfaction, role conflict, roleambiguity, role overload, input into decision making, and organizational fairnessindirectly affected employees’ decisions to leave the job. 1
  • 2. As the baby boomer generation approaches retirement, theirsuccessors, the Generation-T begin their first step into work force. “ The typicalbaby boomer tends to expect and desire more job security” (McShane, 2001, p12),thereby sacrificing their job satisfaction. Generation-Y, however, “expect plenty ofresponsibility and involvement in their employment relationship” (McShane, 2004,p12). Generation-X of age 35-44 are now dominating the work force, butunfortunately went from 60.9% job satisfaction in 1995 to 47.2% in 2003(Franco,2003). Realizing the changing attitude, organizations are quick to deem jobsatisfaction a serious issue. Job satisfaction determines employee retention andturnover rate within a organization, with that come motivation and productivity,and the final results are happier customers and higher revenues. This chain ofrelationship with job satisfaction can be described in three phases. Work behavior,performance, and customer satisfaction. 2
  • 3. Company ProfileCompany name : VEE BEE YARN TEXTILE PRIVATE LTD.Established : 1994Founder of the Company : SubbuveyMaintain the Company : SCM Groups of Companies for Certificate ISO 199001 :2000Started with Business Capital : 15 CroreStarting with Initial Workers : 400Current Workers : 1050Initial Capacity : 20000 SpindlesCurrent Capacity : 80000 SpindlesCompany Facilities : Transportation, Drinking, Water Canteen, HostelCompany Total Acres : 40 AcresShift : 3 Shifts Enormous investment in the field of technology skilled manpoweroverall abilities to a department worldwide technology evaluation Determined usas one of the best yarn product delivery value added yarn. He company have unitof first unit and second unit processing and unit VEE BEE Cotton Spinning mills. The SCM Groups of vision has been to produce the finest of yarnsusing quality materials. The management and staff work deliberated to servecustomers with best of YARNS. 3
  • 4. INDUSTRY PROFILE Niranjana weaving was started in the year 1989, with ultimate aim ofsupplying quality fabrics to domestic suppliers. Having carried our job operationssuccessfully, we formed “Designjit weaving” in the year 2002 and started ownoperations also. We imported shuttle less looms to create a wide variety of designs. The units are managed by textile technologist Mr. K. Karthikeyan(Tech. Experience in M/s. Bombay dyeing & mfg . co., Mumbai & M/s LoyalTextiles ltd Kovilpatti, 25 years experience in textile industry) with the guidance ofsri K. Kanagasabhapathy (Retired general manager of M/s Sitalakshmi group ofmills, Madurai, 50 years experience in textile industry). Who has dedicated his lifeto textiles and has got a vast experience from several reputed textile companiesThailand Textile Industry The kingdom of Thailand’s modern textile and apparel industry,which began in 1936 when the ministry of defense important textile machinery toproduce textiles for military applications, has become a leading industry in thatexport-t oriented country. According to the ministry of commerce’s department ofexport promotion, private textile mills were established shortly after World War IIas a result of textile shortages. In 1960, the investment promotion act promptedlocal and Chinese investors to buy and expand mills that were once military-owned. Soon after, some Japanese companies joined Thai textile firms in jointventures. Thailand’s modern textile industry has since grown beyond its militarybeginnings and now plays a key role in the Southeast Asian country’s economy. 4
  • 5. Theni Gurukrishna Textile Mills Pvt Ltd., The textile mill promoted by the ATK group, is located inTheni, South India, and was started in 1992. Since then it has strengthened itsproduction infrastructure spread across spinning, textile processing and weaving,covering almost full range of the activities of textile industry, from raw cotton toready to wear garments. In spinning, the installed spindle age of the company is 24000with more to be added with ongoing capacity expansion program. We haveinstalled Suessen Elite compact spinning machine to fofer compact yarn of variouscounts. All yarns are wound on the latest Murata 21C Autoconers. The companyhas a state of the art yarn testing facility and is planning to strengthen the qualityassurance by adding sophisticated lab equipments and online monitoring facilities. In Weaving division presently fitted with High Speed Dobbyand Cam looms 81 projectile looms (390 to 180 cms width), 75 Ruti C shuttlelooms(220,180 & 120 cms) and 4 AirJet Piconal (190cms), 12 AirJet Tsudokoma(360 cms) and Novapignone Rapier looms (190 cms), will soon have more modernlooms which will enhance its fabric production from the current 3.5 lakh meters amonth to 1 million meters. The company also has in-house world class Beningerwarping & sizing and processing capacities. This has helped the company scatter togrowing exports market and specialized in industrial fabrics and blankets formedical applications. 5
  • 6. PRODUCT PROFILEIntroduction Yarn is a long, continuous length of fibers that have been spun orfelted together. Yarn is used to make cloth by knitting, crocheting or weaving.Yarn is sold in the shape called a skein to prevent the yarn from becoming tangledor knotted. Skeins of yarn. Yarn can be made from any number of natural orsynthetic fibers such as wool, cotton, silk, or acrylic. Some yarns are made from ablend of several kinds of fibers. Yarns come in many thicknesses or weights fromfine to thick lace, fingering, sock, sport, double-knit(or DK), worsted, aran, bulky,and super-bulky. Very fine yarn is called thread and is used in sewing andembroidery.History of Cotton Yarn Natural fibers-cotton, flax, silk, and wool-represent the major fibersavailable to ancient civilizations. The earliest known samples of yarn and fabric ofany kind were found near Roben hausen, Switzerland, where bundles of flax fibersand yarns and fragments of plain-weave linen fabric, were estimated to be about7000 years old. Cotton has also been cultivated and used to make fabrics for at least7000 years. It may have existed in Egypt as early as 12000 B.C fragments of cottonfabrics have been found by archeologists in Mexico (From 3500 B.C) inIndia(3500 B.C) in Peru(2500 B.C) and in the southwestern United States(500B.C) Cotton did not achieve commercial importance in Europe until after thecolonization of the new world. Silk culture remained a specialty of the Chinesefrom its beginnings(2600 B.C) until the sixth century, when silkworms were firstraised in the Byzantine Empire. 6
  • 7. Synthetic fibers did not appear until much later. The first synthetic,rayon, made from cotton or wood fibers, was developed in 1891, but notcommercially produced until 1911. Almost a half a century later, nylon wasinvented, followed by the various forms of polyester. Synthetic fibers reduced theworld demand for natural fibers and expanded application. Until about 1300, yarn was spun on the spindle and whorl. A Spindleis a rounded stick with tapered ends to which the fibers are attached and twisted. Awhorl is a weight attached to the spindle that acts as flywheel to keep the spindlerotating. The fibers were pulled by hand from a bundle of carded fibers tied to astick called a distaff. In hand carding, fibers are placed between two boardscovered with leather, through which protrude fine wire hooks that catch the fibersas one board is pulled gently across the other. The spindle, which hangs from the fibers, twists the fibers as it rotatesdownward, and spins a length of yarn as it pulls away from the fiber bundle. Whenthe spindle reaches the floor, the spinner winds the yarn around the spindle tosecure it and then starts the process again. This is continued until all of the fiber isspun or until the spindle is full. A major improvement was the spinning wheel, invented in Indiabetween 500 and 1000 A.D. and first used in Europe during the middle ages. Ahorizontally mounted spindle is connected to a large, hand-driven wheel by acircular band. The distaff is mounted at on end of the spinning wheel and the fiberis fed by hand to the spindle, which turns as the wheel turns. A components calledthe flyer twists the thread just before it is wound on a bobbin. The spindle and 7
  • 8. bobbin are attached to the wheel by separate parts, so that the bobbin turns moreslowly than does the spindle. Thus, thread can be twisted and wound at the sametime. About 150 years late, the Saxon wheel was introduced. Operated by a footpedal, the Saxon wheel allowed both hands the freedom to work the fibers. A number of developments during the eighteenth centuryfurther mechanized the spinning process. In 1733, the flying shuttle was inventedby john Kay, followed by Hargreaves’ spinning jenny in 1766. The jenny featureda series of spindles set in a row, enabling one operator to produce large quantitiesof yarn. Several years later Richard Arkwright patented the spinning frame, amachine that used a series of rotating rollers to draw out the fibers. A decade laterSamule Cromptions’ mule machine was invented, which could spin any of yarn inone continuous operation. The ring frame was invented in 1828 by the American johnthorp and is still widely used today. This system involves hundreds of spindlesmounted vertically inside a metal ring. Many natural fibers are now spun by theopen-end system, where the fibers are drawn by air into a rapidly rotating cup andpulled out on the other side as a finished yarn.Background Yarn consists of several strands of material twisted together. Eachstrand is, in turn, made of fibers, all shorter than the piece of yarn that they form.These short fibers are spun into longer filaments to make the yarn. long continuousstrands may only require additional twisting to make them into yarn,. Sometimesthey are put through an additional process called texturing. 8
  • 9. The characteristics of spun yarn depend, in part, on the amount oftwist given to the fibers during spinning. A fairly high degree of twist producesstrong yarn. A low twist produces softer, more lustrous yarn. And a very tight twistproduces crepe yarn. Yarns are also classified by their number of parts. A singleyarn is made from a group of filament or staple fibers twisted together. Ply yarnsare made twisting two or more single yarns. Cord yarns are made by twistingtogether two or more ply yarns. Almost eight billion pounds(3.6 billion kg) of spun yarn was producedin the united stated during 1995, with 40% being produced in North Carolinaalone. Over 50% of spun yarn is made from cotton. Textured, crimped, or bulkedyarn comprised one half of the total spun. Textured yarn has higher volume due tophysical, chemical, or heat treatments. Crimped yarn is made of thermoplasticfibers of deformed shape. Bulked yarn is formed from fibers that are inherentlybulky and cannot be closely packed. 9
  • 10. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research means a search for faults consumers and questions andsolution for problems. It is a purposive investigation. This is called a research.Research Design It is a way to systemizing indentifying requested to solve the researchproblem. This study was mainly on primary data which was collected fromdifferent consumer the techniques applied are descriptive method.Meaning of descriptive method Descriptive research includes survey and fact finding enquires ofdifferent kinds. The major purpose of descriptive research is descriptive of the stateaffairs. Data Collection  Primary Data  Secondary DataPrimary Data Primary data is collected from the respondent through well preparedquestionnaire. 10
  • 11. Secondary Data Secondary Data means which have already collected by some one. Ex : Websites, book etcSampling Design Sampling design is a pan drawing a sample from a population. Thiscalled as a sampling design.Sampling Method The convenient sampling method is applied in this study conventsampling method means unsystematic, careless accidental (or) Opportunitysampling. Sampling is selected according to the convenience of the sampler.Sampling Size 50 respondents have been taken up as sample size from this project.Sampling Area The sampling area was only in Madurai (D.T).Sampling Unit Respondents for this study are customer satisfaction towards jobsatisfication. 11
  • 12. Period of Study The respondents has undergone the project work for the period of 2weeks.Tools Applied  Percentage Analysis  Bar Diagram  Pie Diagram  Tabulation 12
  • 13. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY To hat the practical knowledge about the company To know about the functions of various department To know about the welfare facilities of the company To know about the maintain of the industry To know about the organizational structure of the company. 13
  • 14. Table 1 Table showing Gender of the respondents S. no Particular No.of Percentage Respondents 1 Male 11 22% 2 Female 39 78% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicated that 78% of the respondents are female,22% of the respondents are maleInference Most of the Respondents 78% are Female 14
  • 15. Chart 1Chart showing Gender of the respondents Male 22% Female 78% 15
  • 16. Table 2 Table showing age of the respondents S.No Particular No.of Respondents Percentage 1 Below 15 1 2% 2 15 – 25 30 60% 3 25 – 35 10 20% 4 35 – 45 8 16% 5 Above 45 1 2% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 60% of the respondents are under theage group of 15 - 25 years, 20% of the respondents are under the age group 25 –35, 16% of the respondents are under the age group 35- 45, 4% of the respondentsare under the age group above 45, 2% of the respondents are under age groupbelow 15.Inference Most of the respondents 60% are under the age group 15 – 25. 16
  • 17. Chart 2 Table showing age of the respondents 70 60% 60 50No. of respondents 40 30 20% 20 16% 10 2% 2% 0 Below 15 15-25 25-35 35-45 Above 45 17
  • 18. Table 3 Table showing the qualification of the respondents S.No Particulars No.of Respondents Percentage 1 SSLC 13 26% 2 HSC 17 34% 3 ITI 4 8% 4 Degree 16 32% 5 Others 0 0% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicated that 34% of respondents are categorizedunder HSC, 32% of the respondents are categorized under degree, 26% of therespondents are under categorized SSLC, 8% of the respondents are undercategorized ITIInference Most of the respondents 34% are under categorized HSC. 18
  • 19. Chart 3 Chart showing the qualification of the respondents 34% 35 32% 30 26% 25No. of respondents 20 15 8% 10 5 0 0 SSLC HSC ITI Degree Others 19
  • 20. Table 4 Table showing marital status of respondents S. no Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Married 21 42% 2 Unmarried 29 58% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 58% of the respondents are unmarried,42% of the respondents are married.Inference Most of the respondents 58% are unmarried. 20
  • 21. Chart 4 Chart showing marital status of respondents Married 42%Unmarried 58% 21
  • 22. Table 5 Table showing department of the respondents S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Spinning 24 48% 2 Simplex 13 26% 3 Auto coner 3 6% 4 Carding 5 10% 5 Packaging 5 10% Total 50 50%Interpretation The above table indicates that 24% of the respondents belong tospinning department, 13% of the respondents belong to simplex department, 5% ofthe respondents belong to carding department, 5% of the respondents belong topackaging department, 3% of the respondents are auto-coner department.Inference Most of the respondents 24% are the spinning department 22
  • 23. CHART :5 Chart showing department of the respondents Packaging 10% 1% Carding 6%Auto coner 26% Simplex Spinning 48% 0 10 20 30 40 50 No. of respondents 23
  • 24. Table 6 Table showing satisfy job of the respondents S.No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Satisfied 28 56% 2 Fair 12 24% 3 Unsatisfied 10 20% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 56% of the respondents are satisfied,24% of the respondents are fair, and 20% of the respondents are unsatisfied.Inference Most of the respondents 56% are satisfied. 24
  • 25. Chart 6 Chart showing satisfy job of the respondents 20% Satisfied Fair 56% Unsatisfied24% 25
  • 26. Table 7 Table showing relationship with co-workers S.No Particular No.of Respondents Percentage 1 Cordial/ friendly 33 66% 2 Strained 17 34% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates 66% of the respondents are cordial/friendlywith co of workers, 34% of the respondents are strained with co of workers .Inference Most of the respondents 66% are cordial and friendly with co ofworkers. 26
  • 27. Chart 7 Chart showing relationship with co-workers 70 66% 60 50Mo. of respondents 40 34% 30 20 10 0 Cordial/friendly Strained 27
  • 28. Table 8 Table showing the company rules and regulation S.No Particular No.of Respondents Percentage 1 Highly Satisfied 12 24% 2 Satisfied 17 34% 3 Not satisfied 14 28% 4 Dis-satisfied 5 10% 5 Highly dis-satisfied 2 4% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicated that 34% of the respondents are satisfiedwith rules, 28% of the respondents are no satisfied with rules. 24% of therespondents are highly satisfied with rules, 10% of the respondents are dis-satisfiedwith rules, 4% of the respondents highly dis-satisfied.Inference Most of the respondents 34% are satisfied. 28
  • 29. Chart 8 Chart showing the company rules and regulation 34% 35 28% 30 24% 25No. of respondents 20 15 10% 10 4% 5 0 Highly Satisfied Not satisfied Dis satisfied Highly Satisfied dissatisfied 29
  • 30. Table 9 Table showing relationship of employee with management S. No Particular No. of Percentage Respondents 1 Cordial 31 62% 2 Encouraging/ friendly 19 38% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 62% of the respondents relationship arecordial with management, 38% of the respondents relationship with managementare encouraging / friendlyInference The most of the respondents 62% are cordial with management. 30
  • 31. Chart 9Chart showing relationship of employee with management Cordial Encouraging/friendly 38% 62% 31
  • 32. Table 10 Table showing the management traits S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Strictly as per rules 15 30% 2 Cordially and friendly 25 50% 3 On humanistic basis 10 20% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 50% of the respondents opinion aboutthe management traits was cordial and friendly, 30% of the respondents opinionabout the management traits was strict as per rules, 20% of the respondents onhumanistic basisInference Most of the respondents 50% opinion about management traits cordialand friendly. 32
  • 33. Chart 10 Chart showing the management traits 50% 50 45 40 30%No. of respondents 35 30 25 20% 20 15 10 5 0 Strictly as per rules Cordially and friendly On humanistic basis 33
  • 34. Table 11 Table showing the satisfaction of salary S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Yes 43 86% 2 No 7 14% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicated that 86% of the respondents are satisfiedwith present salary, 14% of the respondents are not satisfied with salary/Inference Most of the respondents 86% are with satisfied the salary 34
  • 35. Chart 11Chart showing the satisfaction of salary Yes No 14% 86% 35
  • 36. Table 12 Table showing the travelling allowance S.No Particular No.of Respondents Percentage 1 Yes 38 76% 2 No 12 24% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 76% of the respondents have availedtravelling allowance, 24% of the respondents have availed travelling allowance.Inference The most of the respondents 76% are have availed travellingallowance 36
  • 37. Chart 12Chart showing the travelling allowance 24% Yes no 76% 37
  • 38. Table 13 Table showing the incentive facility S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Yes 46 92% 2 No 4 8% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 92% of the respondents have availedincentive facility, 8% of the respondents have not availed incentive facilities.Inference Most of respondents 92 have availed incentive facility. 38
  • 39. Chart 13 Chart showing the incentive facility 8%No 92%Yes 0 20 40 60 80 100 No. of respondents 39
  • 40. Table 14 Table showing the provided of safety measures S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Yes 27 54% 2 No 23 46% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicated that 54% of the respondents are providedwith safety measures, 26% of the respondents not provide with safety measuresInference Most of respondents 27% of respondents are provided in safetymeasures. 40
  • 41. Chart 14 Chart showing the provided of safety measures 56 54 54% 52No. of respondents 50 48 46% 46 44 42 Yes No 41
  • 42. Table 15 Table showing the transport facility S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Bus 24 48% 2 Cycle 13 26% 3 Walk 3 6% 4 Bike 5 10% 5 Share auto 5 10% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicated that 48% of respondents are comingthrough bus, 26% of the respondents are coming through cycle, 10% of therespondents are coming through bike,10 of the respondents are coming share auto,6% of the respondents are coming through walk.Inference Most of the respondents 48% are coming through bus. 42
  • 43. Chart 15 Chart showing the transport facility 48% 50No. of respondents 40 30 26% 20 10 6% 10% 10% 0 Bus Cycle Walk Bike Share auto 43
  • 44. Table 16 Table showing the working environment S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Relaxed 16 32% 2 Tensed 14 28% 3 Normal 12 24% 4 Difficult 3 6% 5 Stress 5 10% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 32% of the respondents have observed thatworking environment is relaxed, 28% of the respondents have observed thatworking environment is tensed, 24% of the respondents have observed thatworking environment is normal, 10% of the respondents have observed thatworking environment is difficult, 6% of the respondents have observed thatworking environment is full of stress.Inference Most of the respondents 32% are relaxed 44
  • 45. Chart 16 Chart showing the working environment 35 32% 30 28%No. of respondents 25 24% 20 15 10 5 10% 6% 0 Relaxed Tensed Normal Difficult Stress 45
  • 46. Table 17 Table showing opinion about work time S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 More comfortable 33 66% 2 Comfortable 7 14% 3 Less comfortable 10 20% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 66% respondent’s interest that timing ismore comfortable, 10% of respondents interest that timing is less comfortable,14% of the respondents are comfortable.Inference Most of the respondents 66% are more comfortable 46
  • 47. Chart 17 Chart showing opinion about work time 20% More comfortable Comfortable14% Less comfortable 66% 47
  • 48. Table 18 Table showing promotion concern S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Excellent 12 24% 2 Good 17 34% 3 Fair 14 28% 4 Poor 5 10% 5 Very poor 2 4% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 34% of respondent’s promotion attitudeis good, 28% of the respondents promotion attitude is fair, 24% of the respondentsattitude promotion is excellent, 10% of the respondents promotion attitude is poor,4% of the respondents promotion attitude is very poor.Inference Most of the respondents promotion attitude is 34% are good. 48
  • 49. Chart 18 Chart showing promotion concern 30 28% 24% 24% 25No. of respondents 20 15 10% 10 4% 5 0 Excellent Good Fair Poor Very poor 49
  • 50. Table 19 Training programS. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Extremely important 18 36% 2 Very important 20 40% 3 Somewhat important 5 10% 4 Non very important 4 8% 5 Not all important 3 6% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 40% of the respondents prefer trainingprogram is very important, 36% of the respondent belong to extremely important,8% of the respondent belong to not very important, 6% of the respondent belong tonot all important.Inference Most of the respondents 40% belong to very important. 50
  • 51. Chart 19 Training program 40No of respondents 30 20 10 0 Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Non very important Not all important 51
  • 52. Table 20 Table showing holiday satisfaction S. No Particular No. of Percentage Respondents 1 Yes 26 52% 2 No 24 48% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 52% of the respondents are satisfiedwith holiday, 48% of the respondents are not satisfied with holiday.Inference Most of the respondents 52% are satisfied with holiday. 52
  • 53. Chart 20 Chart showing holiday satisfaction48% 52% Yes No 53
  • 54. Table 21 Table showing the improving your skill S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 More 23 46% 2 Moderate 10 20% 3 Less 9 18% 4 Poor 5 10% 5 Non-responsibility 3 6% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 46% of the respondents are improvingtheir skill more, 18% of the respondents are improving their skill less, 20% of therespondents are improving their skill moderate, 10% of the respondents areimproving their skill poor, 6% of the respondents are not improving their skill,Inference Most of the respondents 46% are improving their skill. 54
  • 55. Chart 21 Chart showing the improving your skillNon responsibility 6% Poor 10% 18% Less Moderate 20% More 23% 0 5 10 15 20 25 No. of respondents 55
  • 56. Table 22 Table showing the attitude towards your jobS. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Challenging 12 24% 2 Entertaining 18 36% 3 Boring 12 24% 4 Not good 5 10% 5 Not responsibility 3 6% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 36% of the respondents attitude towardsjob is entertaining, 24% of the respondents are Attitude challenging, 24% of therespondents Attitude boring, 10% of the respondents Attitude not good, 6% of therespondents Attitude not responsibility.Inference Most of the respondents 36% Attitude entertaining. 56
  • 57. Chart 22 Chart showing the attitude towards your jobNot responsibility 6% Not good 10% Boring 24% Entertainment 36% Challenging 24% 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 No. of respondents 57
  • 58. Table 23 Table showing feel about employee state insurance S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Excellent 12 24% 2 Good 17 34% 3 Fair 14 28% 4 Poor 5 10% 5 Very bad 2 4% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 34% of the respondent’s companyinsurance are good, 28% of the respondents company insurance are fair, 24% ofthe respondents company insurance are excellent, 10% of the respondents companyinsurance are poor, 4% of the respondents company insurance are very bad.Inference Most of the respondents 34% company insurance is good. 58
  • 59. Chart 23 Chart showing feel about employee state insurance 34% 35 30 28%No. of respondents 24% 25 20 15 10 10% 5 0 4% Excellent Good Fair Poor Very bad 59
  • 60. Table 24 Table showing communication within the company S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Very good 28 56% 2 Good 5 10% 3 Normal 7 14% 4 Poor 9 18% 5 Bad 1 2% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 56% of the respondents communicationare very good, 18% of the respondents communication are poor, 14% of therespondents communication are normal, 10% of the respondents communicationare good, 2% of the respondents communication are bad.Inference Most of the respondent 56 % communication is good. 60
  • 61. Chart 24 Chart showing communication within the company 60 56% 50No. of respondents 40 30 18% 20 14% 10% 10 2% 0 Very good Good Normal Poor Bad 61
  • 62. Table 25 Table showing response towards complaints S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Excellent 17 34% 2 Good 10 20% 3 Fair 3 6% 4 Poor 12 24% 5 Bad 8 16% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 34% of the respondents responsetowards complaint are excellent, 24% of the respondents response towardscomplaint are poor, 20% of the respondents response towards complaint are good,16% of the respondents response towards complaint are bad, 6% of the respondentsresponse towards complaint are fair.Inference Most of the respondents 34% responses towards complaints areexcellent. 62
  • 63. Chart 25 Chart showing response towards complaints 34% 35 30No. of respondents 25 20% 20 15 16% 10 12% 5 6% 0 Excellent Good Fair Poor Bad 63
  • 64. Table 26 Table showing maintain first aid box S. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Yes 28 56% 2 No 12 44% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicates that 56% of the respondents are maintainingfirst aid box, 44% of the respondents are not maintaining first aid box.Inference Most of the respondents 56% are maintaining first aid box 64
  • 65. Chart 26Chart showing maintain first aid box Yes No 65
  • 66. Table 27 Shift do you prefer to work in the company Si. No Particular No. of Respondents Percentage 1 Day shift 20 40% 2 Off night 12 24% 3 Full night 8 16% 4 General shift 10 20% Total 50 100%Interpretation The above table indicated that 40% of the respondents belong to dayshift, 24% of the respondents belong to off night, 20% of the respondents belong togeneral shift, and 16% of the respondents belong to full night.Inference Most of the respondents 40% belong to day shift. 66
  • 67. Chart 27 Shift do you prefer to work in the company 40% 40No of respondents 30 24% 20 16% 20% 10 0 Day shift Off night Full night General shift 67
  • 68. FINDINGS Most of the Respondents 78% are Female Most of the respondents 60% are under the age group 15 – 25. Most of the respondents 34% are under categorized HSC. Most of the respondents 58% are unmarried. Most of the respondents 24% are the spinning department Most of the respondents 56% are satisfied. Most of the respondents 66% are cordial and friendly with co of workers. Most of the respondents 34% are satisfied. The most of the respondents 62% are cordial with management. Most of the respondents 50% opinion about management traits cordial and friendly. Most of the respondents 86% are with satisfied the salary The most of the respondents 76% are have availed travelling allowance 68
  • 69.  Most of respondents 92 have availed incentive facility. Most of respondents 27% of respondents are provided in safety measures. Most of the respondents 48% are coming through bus. Most of the respondents 32% are relaxed Most of the respondents 66% are more comfortable Most of the respondents promotion attitude is 34% are good. Most of the respondents 40% belong to very important. Most of the respondents 52% are satisfied with holiday. Most of the respondents 46% are improving their skill. Most of the respondents 36% Attitude entertaining. Most of the respondents 34% company insurance are good. Most of the respondent 56 % communication is good. Most of the respondents 34% responses towards complaints are excellent. Most of the respondents 56% are maintaining first aid box Most of the respondents 40% belong to day shift. 69
  • 70. SuggestionThe company must provide rewards, incentives in order to motivate them.The company must maintain good environment the health of the workers.“Emergency exits” may be provided more because in order to safe guard theworkers.Gender wise rest room to be provided to the workers to have rest in theinterval.Medical facility may be provide in a better manner to the workers. 70
  • 71. Conclusion Economic and technological trends provided clear singles thattraining program is a indispensable one for any growing industry enhancingtraining program provided training will enhance the quality of work life personalgrowth carrier planning and safely. This trend is likely to continue. 71
  • 72. BIBLOGRAPHYS. No. Book Name Author Name Publish house 1 Human Resources K. Aswathap Tata ms group Management 2 Human Resources D.R.C.B & Gupta Sultan Chand Management Sons . Search Engine www.google.com www.yahoo.com www.wikipedia.com 72
  • 73. Questionnaire A Study on job satisfaction Towards Employees in “VEE BEE YARN TEXTILE LTD” in T. kunnatur1) Name __________2) Address _____________3) Sex □ Male □ Female4) Age □ Below 15 Years □ 15 – 25 □ 25 – 35 □ 35 – 45 □ Above 455) Education Qualification □ SSLC □ HSC □ ITI □ Degree □ Any other6) Marital Status □ Married □ Unmarried7) What is Your Department? □ Spinning □ Simplex □ Auto – coner □ Carding □ Packaging8) Do you Satisfy about your job? □ Satisfied □ Fair □ Unsatisfied9) How do you keep relationship with your co-workers? □ Cordial Friendly □ Strained 73
  • 74. 10) Do you satisfy about the company rules and regulation? □ Highly Satisfied □ Satisfied □ Neutral □ Dissatisfied □ Highly Dissatisfied11) What type of relationship do you maintain with supervisor? □ Cordial □ Encouraging/ Friendly12) How does the management treats you? □ Strictly as pear rules/regulation □ Cordially and friendly □ On humanistic basis13) Are you satisfied with the present salary? □ Yes □ No14) Do you avail travelling allowance in the company? □ Yes □ No15) Did the company provide any incentive facility do you? □ Yes □ No16) Are you satisfied with the safety provided by the factory? □ Yes □ No17) In which mode of transport do you prefer to come to the factory? □ Bus □ Cycle □ Walk □ Bike □ Share auto18) How do you think about working environment? □ Relaxed □ Tensed □ Normal □ Difficult □ Stress 74
  • 75. 19) Give your opinion about the work time. □ More Comfortable □ Comfortable □ Less Comfortable20) What is the opportunity for promotion in your concern? □ Excellent □ Good □ Fair □ Poor □ Very poor21) How do you satisfy about the training program? □ Extremely important □ Very important □ Somewhat important □ not Very important □ Not all important22) Are you satisfied with holiday? □ Yes □ No23) What is the involvement of your supervisor In improving your skill? □ More □ Moderate □ Less □ Poor □ Non responsibility24) What is your attitude towards your job? □ Challenging □ Entertaining □ Boring □ Not good □ Net responsibility25) What do you feel about the employee state insurance? □ Excellent □ Good □ Fair □ Poor □ Very bad26) What do you think about communication within the company? □ Very good □ Good □ Normal □ Poor □ Bad27) How do the supervisor response to your complaints? □ Excellent □ Food □ Fair □ Poor □ Bad 75
  • 76. 28) Is the company maintaining first aid box? □ Yes □ No29) Which shift do you prefer to work in the company? □ Day shift □ Off night □ Full night □ General shift30) Tell about your opinion in your job ______________________ ______________________ 76