A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINDUSTRY PROFILEABOUT THE INDUSTRYIndia in 1994 has become the 4th largest producer of...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESThe current financial year is expected to add 10 million tones further. Productionfor ...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESHowever, Industry experts comment that exports are mainly for keeping a checkon the do...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESis transported from southern regions which are close to the consumption and excise dut...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCOMPANY PROFILELanco industries limited (LIL) was promoted by Lanco Group in 1992 in C...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESTO ACHIEVE THE ABOVE, WE WILL Manufacture and supply products as per specifications a...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCHAPTER - 2INTRODUCTION:1.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDYSafety and welfare measures are i...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1.1.2 Objectives of the studyPrimary Objective: To study the level of satisfaction of ...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1.2 REVIEW OF LITERATUREIn 1998 a study was conducted on the welfare measures provided...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1.2.1 METHODOLY AND ANALYSIS OF DATARESEARCH METHODOLYResearch methodology is a way of...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESThe target population in this study was the Class III and Class IV non-ministerial sta...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESTools for data collectionThere are several ways of colleting the appropriate data. Whi...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESStatistical toolsChi-square testThis test allows us to determine whether two attribute...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCHAPTER-3DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATIONTABLE-1TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT WORK E...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 8% of people responded to satisfied,28% of pe...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 12% of people responded to excellent,52% of p...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 20% of people responded tosatisfied, 62% of p...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 20% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 64% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 60% of people responded to Yes forp...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 72% of people responded to Yes fors...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 12% of people responded to good, 40...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 38% of people responded to good, 22...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 30% of people responded to yearly, ...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 68% of people responded to Yes toca...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 33% of people responded to Yes forh...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 40% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 64% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 40% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 16% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 80% of people responded to Yes forp...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 40% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 33OPINION ABOUT REST PERIODS42860...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 4% of people responded to satisfied, 28%of pe...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 16% of people responded to satisfie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 8% of people responded to satisfied...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESTotal 8 28 64 0 0 100EXPECTED FREQUENCYP.FW.ESatisfied HighlySatisfiedAverage Dissatis...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCHI SQUARE TABLEOi Ei Oi-Ei (Oi-Ei)² (Oi-Ei)² / Ei2 3.2 -1.2 1.44 0.4514 11.2 2.8 7.84...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESDegree of freedom(r-1) (c-1)(4-1) (5-1) = 12Level of Significance 5%Table Value = 21.0...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFINDINGS, SUGGESTIONS AND CONCLUSION3.1 FINDINGS3.1.1 Based on Percentage Analysis1. T...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES9. The study shows that 35% of the respondents believe that the layout of theworkplace...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1. There is no significant difference in the level of satisfaction of existing safetym...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES• The company can ensure that safety training programmes are conductedfor all the empl...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESA study was conducted on the safety and welfare measures provided to theemployees of L...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESQUESTIONNAIREI PERSONAL DETAILSName (Optional) :Age : Up to 20 21- 30 31- 40 41- 50> 5...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES3. Does the Management provide awareness programmes relating to safety?Yes NoIf yes, w...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESForks lift TrucksHatchesHazardous Cargo5. Do you make use of the above safety measures...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESIII Welfare11. Are you happy with the welfare provided at Lanco Industries?Yes No To a...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESEducational facilitiesTransport facilitiesCo-operative EstablishmentsHousing facilitie...
A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESThank youBibliography KEITH DEVIS: HUMAN RELATIONS MANAGEMENT, Tata McGraw Hill STEP...
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  1. 1. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINDUSTRY PROFILEABOUT THE INDUSTRYIndia in 1994 has become the 4th largest producer of cement in the world .Thisimpressive record owes its origin to the progressive policies of the government since late70’s and enabled on assured 12% post tax return on Net worth (77).The economicreforms of July ’91 gave a further fillip by abolishing the licensing system for setting upcement plants. Since then innumerable technological development took place in cementproduction enabling cost reduction and mass production. The wet kilns of the late 70’swere replaced by dry kilns which reduced the fuel cost by 30% thermal efficiency wasimproved by installing pre-heaters, followed by the addition of pre-ealcinators. Optimalusage of fuel and power we achieved through computerization and quality control of rawmaterials.In a developing country like India the requirement of housing and so the demandelasticity of cement with respect to G.D.P. of 1.6% is also high.By comparing the per capita consumption consumption and consumption density(D) of India with rest of the world, the latent demand for cement can be estimated at77Kg for India and 240Kg for the rest of the world.The cement sector has recorded an impressive increase in production capacities.The production has grown up by 9.5% over the previous years to 76.22 million tones. Theconsumption, on The other hand, has logged behind having grown by 7.9% over theprevious year to 67.93 million tones. Capacity utilization has been 81% for the largeplants. Thus, even at the end 98-99 there was an excess capacity by about 27 milliontones. (Comparing total capacity and demand).SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 1
  2. 2. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESThe current financial year is expected to add 10 million tones further. Productionfor the full year to be expected to be raised by 10-12%. Of this, south is to be themaximum gainer with around 10% growth.The cement industry witnessed a contraction. In operating profit marginsnationally. In the year ended March’97 due to a slowdown in demand growth rate, highersupplies for new commission capacitates and cost increases. Housing sector is yielding aminimum cement demand growth rate, of 6%.The Rakesh Mohan committee has forecast the investment outlays oninfrastructure to rise to 4000-4500billion rupees over the next 5 years. Beyond 2003-2004, these requirements would be in the range of 7500 billion rupees. The industrialgrowth rate too is expected to rise from 8 to 8.5% in the past 10-12%.The per capital consumption is expected to touch 85Kg by 2004 by possibly 13Kgin 2012. If the present growth trend continues. To achieve even 75% of world average oninvestment of 40,000 Crores rupees on plants besides additional investment of same orderon adequate infrastructure will be required over 10-15years. The demand by 2012 isplaced at 140 million -150 million tons in the wake of the industrial and economic growthunleashed by the liberalization process. The growth prospects of the industry are thusassured.India’s Stand in the worldIndia is the 4th largest cement producer worldwide, following china, Japan andU.S.A. India’s percaptia consumption is only 78Kg as compared to the world average of251 Kg by the turn of the century. India’s capacity is expected to crores 100 milliontones. The Industry has 59 companies owning 115 plants. In the matter of exports, theGovernment considers cement as an extreme focus area.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 2
  3. 3. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESHowever, Industry experts comment that exports are mainly for keeping a checkon the domestic prices, which get adversely affected due to exam production. In theglobal market. India cement is not very competitive due to high power and fuel costs. Inorder to improve its position in the International market, technological up gradation isessential in terms of process, product diversification, cost reduction quality control andenergy savings.CEMENT INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTSThe Indian cement industry has high Return on Investment. There exists a largemarkers which are not yet been completely tapped. With the existing levels of supply andgrowing demand the prices tend to rise. But the industry being a fast growing one, manyplayers are attracted. Every year new capacities are added raising the supply, pricestability is thus maintained and the high profits are observed by new entrants.The per capital consumption of manufacture commodities like steel, power andcement ate indicators of the economic state of a country. Of the total output nearly 95% isaccounted for only 90%, while the Government sector accounts for 10%. The housingactivity accounts for 55% of total consumption. Nearly 47% of the total costs, most ofwhich are administrated prices are beyond the control of cement units. The cost elementsinclude limestone, coal, transport freight, power consumption and excise duty.Production and Consumption Pattern of CementIn the case of cement production regional imbalances continue. Cement plants aregenerally put up where limestone id available. This because, to produce 1 tons of cement1 ½ tones of limestone is required. Also it is easier to transport cement than limestone.Cement is mainly produced in the Western and Southern regions. Hence, only halfof the cement produced is consumed within the region. Cement is usually transportedfrom south to west is the most surplus region. Although, west is a surplus regions, cementSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 3
  4. 4. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESis transported from southern regions which are close to the consumption and excise duty.The destination of cement transport is mainly dependent on mode of transport availableand the transportation cost incurred.CEMENT MANUFACTURING PROCESSIn wet process, limestone is crushed and grounded and mixed with water to formslurry which is fed in to the kiln. The slurry has a water content of 30-40%. Before themineralogical process commence, the water content in the slurry has to be evaporated.This process consumes high energy and power.On the other hand, the dry process is more energy efficient. The raw materials aredried in a combined drying and grinding plant to reduce the moisture content to less than1%.Due to regular shifts from wet and semi-dry process nearly 89% of the totalindustries kiln capacity is at dry process. Of the remaining, 9% is wet process and 2% issemi-dry process. The main advantage of shifting to any process is the 50% saving ofcoal consumption. The energy costs reduce by 30-40% and the kiln output also increasesfor a given size kiln, the output for dry process is 250-300/- as compared to 130-150/- forsemi-dry and 100% for wet process. The capacity utilization is also higher for dry processplants.CEMENT BRANDINGCement has emerged as a commodity product. Brands play important roleespecially in metros like Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, etc, where the established brandssuppress the success of smaller brands. Companies have tie-ups with real estate agentsand construction companies. Some manufacturers also organize work ships, training andseminars to educate the consumers on the maximum use of a bag full of cement.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 4
  5. 5. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCOMPANY PROFILELanco industries limited (LIL) was promoted by Lanco Group in 1992 in ChittoorDistrict. A.P LIL setup as a Mini Blast Furnace (MBF) in 1994 with a capacity of 90000TPA to manufacture and sell Pig Iron to the customers and foundry units across India. In1998. LIL entered into an agreement to supply Molten Iron and pig Iron to Lanco, SriKalahasthi Castings Limited (LKCL) a company within the same campus engaged in thebusiness of Iron castings & forging. LKCL later on added high technology Ductile IronPipes (DIP) manufacturing facilities to its portfolio. In March 2002 India’s leading DIPipes manufacturer, Electro steel Castings Limited (ECL) entered into a strategic alliancewith LIL and LKCL by acquiring 46.43 and 48.89 percent stake in the companiesrespectively. In addition to technological support, ECL also infused fresh fund into LILby way of equity participation and re-modeled the financial structure, thus reducinginterest costs.In 2003 the capacity of MBF was increased from 90,000 TAP to 1, 50,000 TAPand the capacity of DI Pipes was increased from 60,000 TAP to 90,000 TAP at capitaloutlay of approx. Rs. 35 corers. In 2003 LKCL got merged with LIL ( with effect from1st April 2003) to take advantage of the close synergy in the business model of the twocompanies, since a large part of Pig Iron in liquid form is consumed by LKCL formanufacture of Pipes. In 2004, 1, 50, 000 TAP Coke Oven Plant was setup at capitaloutlay of Rs. 45 corers.QUALITY POLICYLanco Industries Limited aims at maximizing the customer satisfaction bysupplying products of consistent quality with collective participation of Management andEmployees.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 5
  6. 6. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESTO ACHIEVE THE ABOVE, WE WILL Manufacture and supply products as per specifications and standards agreed towith the customers. Continuously strive to improve the quality of the products and process Maintain interaction with customers Train and motivate employees to achieve the company’s goal.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 6
  7. 7. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCHAPTER - 2INTRODUCTION:1.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDYSafety and welfare measures are inevitable to any organization where workersare involved. An organization‘s responsibility to its employees extends beyond thepayment of wages for their services. The employee’s safety and welfare on and off thejob within the organization is a vital concern of the employer. Providing a safe andhealthy environment is a pre-requisite for any productive effort. This research deals withthe study on the welfare measures provided to the employees at LANCO INDUSTRIESPVT LTD.1.1.1 Problem IdenficationUnlike other industries, the employees of the Lanco are often exposed todifferent and new which they may not have been familiar with earlier. The employeeshave to deal huge machinery. The unfamiliarity in the nature of materials they handle andthe danger involved I handling them make the employees prone to higher degree of risk.Satisfying or fulfilling the safety and security needs of the workers,would give them a better motivation and more time to concentrate on job performance. Avoluntary approach on the part of the management to offer welfare programmes whichare over and above what is laid down by the law would boost the morale of theemployees and motivate them to perform better. A preliminary study conducted by theresearcher with respect to welfare showed that there was scope for improvement incertain areas. This formed the basis of the research problem.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 7
  8. 8. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1.1.2 Objectives of the studyPrimary Objective: To study the level of satisfaction of employees regarding welfaremeasures at Lanco Industries pvt ltd.Secondary Objective: To study the perception of the employees regarding the welfaremeasures provided to them.• To analyze if the level of satisfaction is different among the variouscategories of employees and departments.• To suggest provision of more welfare measures to improve theperformance of the employees.1.1.3 Scope of the studyThis study would give an overview of the welfare measures existing atLanco industries. Since safety and welfare are two important elements essential forimproving the productivity of an organization, a study on the existing welfare measureswould help the organization perform better. This study would throw light on theperception of the employees regarding safety and welfare. Lanco industries can identifythe areas where it can improve so as to improve the performance of the employees. Thisstudy would also help to analyze if there is dependence between1.1.4 Limitations of the study• The study was restricted to the class III and class IV non ministerial staffof Lanco industries.• Due to time constraints the sample size had to be confirmed to 100.• The respondents have replied to the queries recalling from their memory.Therefore recall bias and personal bias are possible.• Since the data was collected using a schedule, the interviewer’s inability tounderstand and record the responses correctly is possible.• The respondents were unable or unwilling to give a complete and accurateresponse to certain questions.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 8
  9. 9. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1.2 REVIEW OF LITERATUREIn 1998 a study was conducted on the welfare measures provided to theemployees of Copt by Ms. N. Sangeetha of Bharathiyar University. This study wasbased on the Class I and Class II employees contrary to my project work which focusesonly on the Class III, Class IV non-ministerial staff. This was helpful to me with regardto the selection of samples and using statistical tools. I have done my research workindependently and both the studies are independent.Definitions of safety• The condition of being safe; freedom from danger, risk, or injury.• The state of being certain that adverse effects will not be caused by some agentunder defined conditions.• Occupational safety is concerned with risks in areas where people work; offices,manufacturing plants, farms, construction sites, and commercial and retailfacilities. Public safety is concerned with hazards in the home, in travel andrecreation, and in other situations that do not fall within the scope of occupationalsafety.Definitions of welfare• Anything done for the intellectual, physical, moral and economic betterment ofthe workers, whether by employers, by government or by other agencies, over andabove what is laid down by law or what is normally expected of the contractualbenefits for which workers may have bargained.• Well-doing or well-being in any respect, the enjoyment of health and the commonblessings of life; exemption from any evil or calamity; prosperity; happiness.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 9
  10. 10. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1.2.1 METHODOLY AND ANALYSIS OF DATARESEARCH METHODOLYResearch methodology is a way of systematically solving the researchproblem. Research methodology deals with the research design used and methods used topresent the study.1.2.2 Research DesignA research design is a detailed blue print used to guide a research study toward itsobjective. The process of designing a research study involves many interrelateddecisions. The most significant decision is the choice of research approach, because itdetermines how the information will be obtained. The choice of the research approachdepends on the nature of the research that one wants to do.The research design adopted for this study is Descriptive Research. Descriptivemethod was adopted because it deals with description of the state of affairs as it exists atpresent.Sampling TechniquesThe next step in research study after collecting data is the sampling process. When adecision is made to use the sample, a number of factors must be taken into consideration.The various steps involved in the sampling process are: Identifying target population. Determining sample frame. Selecting sampling procedure. Determine sample size. Execute sampling. Obtaining information from respondents. Generating information for decision making.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 10
  11. 11. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESThe target population in this study was the Class III and Class IV non-ministerial staff of Lanco.The sampling technique had to be selected. There are two types of samplingtechniques: Probability sampling Non-probability samplingAmong the probability sampling, the sampling used in this study was Stratifiedsampling.1.2.3 Stratified SamplingIf the population from which a sample is to be drawn does not constitute ahomogeneous group, then stratified technique is applied so as to obtain a representivesample. In this technique, the population is stratified into number of non-overlapping subpopulations or strata and sample items are selected from each stratum. If the itemsselected from each stratum is based on simple random sampling, the entire procedure,first stratification and then simple random sampling is known as stratified sampling. Thestratified sampling results in a more reliable and detailed information. The researcheruses simple random sampling for selection of items from each stratum.Sample sizeAmong the 4000 staff in the organization a sample of 100 employees was takenfor the study.Using the method of proportional allocation, the numbers of samples areselected from each stratum.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 11
  12. 12. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESTools for data collectionThere are several ways of colleting the appropriate data. While deciding aboutthe method of data collection to be used for the study, the researcher should keep in mind,that there are 2 types of data.1. Primary data2. Secondary dataPrimary data are those which are collected a fresh and for the first time and thushappen to be original in character. Primary data can be collected either throughexperiment or through survey.The secondary data on the other hand are those which have already beencollected by someone else and which have already been passed through the statisticalprocess. In this study, the data was collected from the primary source through interviewschedule.1.2.4 Statistical TechniquesThis phase consists of the data analysis of the data collected based on thestratified simple random probabilistic sampling technique. The data collected wereanalyzed using the following methods.Percentage analysisThe number of responses of each category is summarized to percentage formatfor the convenience to use other statistical tools namely pie chart and bar diagrams.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 12
  13. 13. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESStatistical toolsChi-square testThis test allows us to determine whether two attributes are independent of eachother. In this study chi-square has been used to test if there is an association betweenvarious variables and the overall level of satisfaction of safety and welfare measures.X2= Σ {(Oi – Ei) 2/ Ei }Applying Yates’s correction:X2= Σ {(|Oi – Ei |- 0.5) 2/ Ei }Phi CoefficientChi-square test tells us about the significance of relation between variables; itprovides no answer regarding the magnitude of the relation between the two variables.This can be achieved by computing the Phi coefficient which is a non-parametricmeasure of coefficient of correlation. It gives the magnitude of the relation or the degreeof association between the two variables.=ϕ [ X2/ n ]SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 13
  14. 14. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCHAPTER-3DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATIONTABLE-1TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT WORK ENVIRONMENTGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 8 8Highly Satisfied 28 28Average 64 64Dissatisfied 0 0Highly dissatisfied 0 0OPINION ABOUT WORK ENVIRONMMENT828640 0010203040506070Satisfied HighlySatisfiedAverage Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARICULARSINFERENCE:SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 14
  15. 15. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 8% of people responded to satisfied,28% of people responded to highly satisfied, 64% people to average, and 0% of peopleresponded to dissatisfied and highly dissatisfied.TABLE-2TABLE SHOWING THE OPINIONABOUT VENTILATION & LIGHTINGAT WORK PLACEGrade No. of Respondents PercentageExcellent 12 12Good 52 52Average 36 36Bad 0 0Very Bad 0 0OPINION ABOUT VENTILATION&LIGHTING AT WORK PLACE1252360 00102030405060Excellent Good Avearge Bad Very BadAxis TitleINFERENCE:SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 15
  16. 16. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 12% of people responded to excellent,52% of people responded to good, 36% people to average, and 0% of people respondedto bad and very bad.TABLE-3TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT SALARIES/BENEFITSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 20 20Highly Satisfied 62 62Average 18 18Dissatisfied 0 0Highly dissatisfied 0 0OPINION ABOUT SALARIES/BENEFITS206218 0 0010203040506070Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARSINFERENCE:SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 16
  17. 17. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 20% of people responded tosatisfied, 62% of people responded to highly satisfied, 18% people to average, and 0% ofpeople responded to dissatisfied and highly dissatisfied.Table- 4TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT TIMINGS/SCHEDULESGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 20 20Highly Satisfied 72 72Average 8 8Dissatisfied 0 0Highly dissatisfied 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 17OPINION ABOUT TIMINGS/SCHEDULE20728 0 001020304050607080Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  18. 18. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 20% of people responded to satisfied,72% of people responded to highly satisfied, 8% people to average, and 0% of peopleresponded to dissatisfied and highly dissatisfied.Table- 5TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT SAFETYMEASURES AT WORK PLACEGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 64 64Highly Satisfied 4 4Average 19 19Dissatisfied 9 9Highly dissatisfied 4 4SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 18OPINION ABOUT SAFETY MEASURES AT WORK PLACE644 19 9 4010203040506070Satisfed Highly Satisfied Avearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  19. 19. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 64% of people responded to satisfied, 4%of people responded to highly satisfied, 19% people to average, 9% of people respondedto dissatisfied and 4% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 6TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT PRESENCEOF SAFETY COMMITTEEGrade No. of Respondents PercentageYes 60 60No 40 40SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 19OPINION ABOUT PRESENCE OF SAFETY COMMITTEE6040010203040506070Yes NoPARTICULARS
  20. 20. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 60% of people responded to Yes forpresence of safety committee and 40% of people said No.Table- 7TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageYes 72 72No 28 28SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 20OPINION ABOUT PRESENCE OF SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS722801020304050607080Yes NoPARTICULARS
  21. 21. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 72% of people responded to Yes forsafety instructions and 28% of people said No.Table- 8TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT ACCIDENT PREVENTIONMEASURESGrade No. of Respondents PercentageGood 12 12Very Good 40 40Average 36 36Bad 7 7Very Bad 5 5SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 21OPINION ABOUT ACCIDENT PREVENTION MEASURES1240367 501020304050Good Very Good Avearge Bad Very BadPARTICULARS
  22. 22. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 12% of people responded to good, 40%of people responded to very good, 36% people to average, 7% of people responded to badand 5% of people responded to very bad.Table- 9TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT FIRST – AID FACILITYGrade No. of Respondents PercentageGood 38 38Very Good 22 22Average 28 28Bad 10 10Very Bad 2 2SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 22OPINION ABOUT FIRST – AID FACILITY3822281020510152025303540Good Very Good Avearge Bad Very BadPARTICULARS
  23. 23. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 38% of people responded to good, 22%of people responded to very good, 28% people to average, 10% of people responded tobad and 2% of people responded to very bad.Table- 10TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT ORGANIZATION HEALTHCHECK - UPSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageYearly 30 30Half Yearly 20 20Quarterly 20 20Monthly 20 20Not at all 10 10SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 23OPINION ABOUT ORGANIZATION HEALTH CHECK - UPS3020 20 201005101520253035Yearly Half Yearly Quarterly Monthly Not at allPARTICULARS
  24. 24. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 30% of people responded to yearly, 20%of people responded to half yearly, 20% people to quarterly, 20% of people responded tomonthly and 10% of people responded to not at all.Table- 11TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT CANTEEN FACILITIESWITHIN THE ORGANIZATIONGrade No. of Respondents PercentageYes 68 68No 32 32SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 24OPINION ABOUT CANTEEN FACILITIES683201020304050607080Yes NoPARTICULARS
  25. 25. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 68% of people responded to Yes tocanteen facilities in organization and 32% of people said No.Table- 12TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT HOUSING FACILITIES TOEMPLOYEESGrade No. of Respondents PercentageYes 33 33No 67 67SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 25OPINION ABOUT HOUSING FACILITIES336701020304050607080Yes NoPARTICULARS
  26. 26. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 33% of people responded to Yes forhousing facilities in organization and 67% of people said No.Table- 13TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT P.F. BENEFITSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 40 40Highly Satisfied 12 12Average 44 44Dissatisfied 4 4Highly dissatisfied 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 26OPINION ABOUT P.F. BENEFITS4012444 001020304050Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  27. 27. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 40% of people responded to satisfied,12% of people responded to highly satisfied, 44% people to average, 4% of peopleresponded to dissatisfied and 0% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 14TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT TRANSPORTATIONGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 28 28Highly Satisfied 32 32Average 18 18Dissatisfied 20 20Highly dissatisfied 2 2SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 27OPINION ABOUT TRANSPORTATION283218 20205101520253035Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  28. 28. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 64% of people responded to satisfied, 4%of people responded to highly satisfied, 19% people to average, 9% of people respondedto dissatisfied and 4% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 15TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT INSURANCE FACILITIESGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 40 40Highly Satisfied 12 12Average 44 44Dissatisfied 4 4Highly dissatisfied 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 28OPINION ABOUT INSURANCE FACILITIES4012444 001020304050Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  29. 29. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 40% of people responded to satisfied,12% of people responded to highly satisfied, 44% people to average, 4% of peopleresponded to dissatisfied and 0% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 16TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT RETIREMENT BENEFITSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 16 16Highly Satisfied 20 20Average 52 52Dissatisfied 12 12Highly dissatisfied 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 29OPINION ABOUT RETIREMENT BENEFITS16 205212 00102030405060Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  30. 30. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 16% of people responded to satisfied,20% of people responded to highly satisfied, 52% people to average, 12% of peopleresponded to dissatisfied and 0% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 17TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT PRESENCE OF WELFAREOFFICERGrade No. of Respondents PercentageYes 80 80No 20 20SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 30OPINION ABOUT PRESENCE OF WELFARE OFFICER80200102030405060708090Yes NoPARTICULARS
  31. 31. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 80% of people responded to Yes forpresence of welfare officer in organization and 20% of people said No.Table- 18TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT WELFARE PROVISIONSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 40 40Highly Satisfied 12 12Average 40 40Dissatisfied 4 4Highly dissatisfied 4 4SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 31
  32. 32. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 40% of people responded to satisfied,12% of people responded to highly satisfied, 40% people to average, 4% of peopleresponded to dissatisfied and 4% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 19TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT REST PERIODSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 4 4Highly Satisfied 28 28Average 60 60Dissatisfied 8 8Highly dissatisfied 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 32OPINION ABOUT WELFARE PROVISIONS4012404 401020304050Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  33. 33. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 33OPINION ABOUT REST PERIODS428608 0010203040506070Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  34. 34. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFrom the above table it is inferred that 4% of people responded to satisfied, 28%of people responded to highly satisfied, 60% people to average, 8% of people respondedto dissatisfied and 0% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 20TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT RESPONDING IN CASE OFEMERGENCIESGrade No. of Respondents PercentageGood 40 40Very Good 4 4Average 32 32Bad 24 24Very Bad 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 34OPINION ABOUT RESPONDING IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES4043224001020304050Good Very Good Avearge Bad Very BadPARTICULARS
  35. 35. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 16% of people responded to satisfied,20% of people responded to highly satisfied, 52% people to average, 12% of peopleresponded to dissatisfied and 0% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.Table- 11TABLE SHOWING THE OPINION ABOUT FRINGE BENEFITSGrade No. of Respondents PercentageSatisfied 8 8Highly Satisfied 24 24Average 52 52Dissatisfied 16 16Highly dissatisfied 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 35OPINION ABOUT FRINGE BENEFITS824521600102030405060Satisfed HighlySatisfiedAvearge Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedPARTICULARS
  36. 36. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESINFERENCE:From the above table it is inferred that 8% of people responded to satisfied, 24%of people responded to highly satisfied, 52% people to average, 16% of people respondedto dissatisfied and 0% of people responded to highly dissatisfied.STATISTICAL TOOLCHI SQUARE TABLEAIMTo find out significant associates between relationship work environment and P.F.benefits.NULL HYPOTHESISThere is no significance relationship with work environment and P.F. benefits.ATERNATIVE HYPOTHESISThere is significance relationship with work environment and P.F.benefits.OBSERVED FREQUENCYP.FW.ESatisfied HighlySatisfiedAverage Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedTotalsatisfied 2 14 24 0 0 40HighlySatisfied0 4 8 0 0 12Average 4 10 30 0 0 44Dissatisfied 2 0 2 0 0 4HighlyDissatisfied0 0 0 0 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 36
  37. 37. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESTotal 8 28 64 0 0 100EXPECTED FREQUENCYP.FW.ESatisfied HighlySatisfiedAverage Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedsatisfied 3.2 11.2 25.6 0 0HighlySatisfied0.96 3.36 7.68 0 0Average 3.52 12.32 28.16 0 0Dissatisfied 0.32 1.12 2.56 0 0HighlyDissatisfied0 0 0 0 0SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 37
  38. 38. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESCHI SQUARE TABLEOi Ei Oi-Ei (Oi-Ei)² (Oi-Ei)² / Ei2 3.2 -1.2 1.44 0.4514 11.2 2.8 7.84 0.724 25.6 -1.6 2.56 0.10 0.96 -0.96 0.92 0.954 3.36 0.64 0.40 0.118 7.68 0.32 0.10 0.014 3.52 0.48 0.23 0.0610 12.32 -2.32 5.38 0.4330 28.16 1.84 3.38 0.1372 0.32 1.68 2.82 8.810 1.12 -1.12 1.25 1.112 2.56 -0.56 0.31 0.1212.897Calculated value = 12.987SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 38
  39. 39. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESDegree of freedom(r-1) (c-1)(4-1) (5-1) = 12Level of Significance 5%Table Value = 21.026ConclusionSince the calculated value of chi-square is lesser than table value so null hypothesisis accepted.InferenceThere is no significant relationship between work environment and P.F.benefits.CHAPTER – 4SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 39
  40. 40. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESFINDINGS, SUGGESTIONS AND CONCLUSION3.1 FINDINGS3.1.1 Based on Percentage Analysis1. The study shows that 75% of the respondents opined adequate safety trainingprogrammes are conducted at LANCO INDUSTRIES PVT LTD., and 25% ofthem opined it is not.2. The study shows that 62% of the respondents have attended safety trainingprogrammes and 38% of them have not.3. The study shows that 10% of the respondents have rated the trainingprogrammes as highly effective, 84% have rated it as effective, 5% have noopinion and 1% says it is ineffective.4. The study shows that 91% of the respondents opined that the managementprovides safety awareness and 9% opined that it does not.5. The study shows that a majority of 84% employees feel that LIL mostlycreates safety awareness through bulletin boards and the least through safetycompetitions as only 14% believes that safety awareness is created throughsafety competitions.6. The study sho2ws that 36% of the respondents feel that the safety gogglesprovided are inadequate and 34% feel that the safety measures provided whileworking on cranes are inadequate.7. The study shows that 45% of the respondents say that they always make useof the safety measures provided to them, 54% uses them sometimes and 1%never uses it.8. The study shows that 55% of the respondents opined that the machines,equipments and tools are well designed, 58% opined that they are wellmaintained and 57% opined that they are well guarded.SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 40
  41. 41. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES9. The study shows that 35% of the respondents believe that the layout of theworkplace is designed to avoid accidents, 21% says it is not so and 44%believe that to an extent the workplace is designed to avoid accidents.10. The study shows that 46% of the respondents believe that the safety measuresprovided at LANCO INDUSTRIES PVT LTD., reduce the severity ofaccidents, 9% believes otherwise and 36% believe that to an extent the safetymeasures help in reducing the severity of accidents.11. The study shows that 81% of the respondents feel that always immediateactions are taken to investigate accidents, 14% feel that it is so sometimes and5% feels that immediate actions are never taken to investigate accidents.12. The study shows that 56% of the respondents opined that they perceive a riskfactor while working at LANCO INDUSTRIES PVT LTD., 33% opined thatthey do not perceive any risk factor and 11% opined that to an extent theyperceive a risk factor.13. The study shows that 90% of the respondents say that they never avoid workdue to the risk involved in it. 9% of the respondents avoids work and 1%always avoids work.14. The study shows that 21% of the respondents strongly agree that in case ofaccidents, the management would take good care of them, 56% agree and 19%disagree to this. 4% of the respondents had no opinion on the matter.15. The study shows that 85% of the respondents feel that the safety measuresmake them feel more secure while working at LIL and 15% of them feelotherwise.3.1.2 Based on Statistical AnalysisSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 41
  42. 42. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES1. There is no significant difference in the level of satisfaction of existing safetymeasures among the different category of workers.2. There is no dependence between the Mechanical and Traffic departments andthe level of satisfaction of existing safety measures. In the Marine department90% of the respondents are satisfied with the safety measures and 10% are not.3. There is a significant association between the fact that the employees haveattended safety training programmes and their level of satisfaction regardingthe existing safety measures.4. There is a significant association between the perception of risk factor and thelevel of satisfaction of employees regarding the existing safety measures.5. There is a significant association between the level of satisfaction of welfaremeasures among the various category of employees.6. There is no dependence between the Mechanical and Traffic departments andthe level of satisfaction of welfare measures. All the 2 respondents in the H.Rdepartment are satisfied with the welfare measures.7. There is significant association between the level of satisfaction of transportfacilities and the overall level of satisfaction of welfare measures.8. There is no significant association between the level of satisfaction of restroom facilities and the overall level of satisfaction of welfare measures.3.2 SUGGESTIONSSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 42
  43. 43. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES• The company can ensure that safety training programmes are conductedfor all the employees, since 38% of them opined that they have not undergoneany safety training and the statistical analysis show that there is an associationbetween the overall level of satisfaction and the fact that the employees feelthat the training that is being provided is not practical. So steps may beadopted to ensure that training is more practical in nature.• The researcher feels that the awareness for the safety is quite lowamong the employees. Steps may be undertaken to increase the awareness andneed for safety.• The quality of shoes and mask provided may be improved as 59% ofthe respondents have thus opined.• The management needs to pay attention to the fact that 45% of therespondents feel that the machines, equipments and tools are not welldesigned, 42% feel it is not well maintained, 43% feels it is not well guardedand ding out reasons for the same.• The responses of the employees regarding the level of satisfaction ofwelfare measures are clustered in the satisfactory region. The managementmay take steps to convert these into highly satisfactory.• Since 59% of the employees are not satisfied with the transportfacilities provided by the company, steps may be taken to provide facilitiesespecially for employees who have to work during night shifts.• The conditions of the rest rooms and shelters may be improvedespecially in the wharf and electrical sections. They may be provided withadequate fans and facilities to rest.• Canteen facilities may be provided by the company at both wharfs andthe electrical sections.3.3 CONCLSIONSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 43
  44. 44. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESA study was conducted on the safety and welfare measures provided to theemployees of LANCO INDUSTRIES.A majority of 81% of the respondents was found to be satisfied with the safetymeasures at, LANCO INDUSTRIES 2% were highly satisfied, 1% was neutral in theiropinion and only 16% dissatisfied with the safety measures.A majority of the respondents feel secure while working at LIL and feel thatthe safety measures help to reduce the severity of actions. Even though 56% of themperceive a risk factor while working at LIL, a majority of 90% never avoid work due tothis risk factor.The study again shows that there is a clustering of respondents’ opinion in thesatisfactory region regarding the level of satisfaction of welfare measures. This revealsthat a majority of respondents are satisfied with the existing welfare measures. Themanagement may take up steps to convert these into highly satisfactory.The few welfare measures which were dissatisfactory were transport facilities,rest room facilities and the time lapse in compassionate appointments. The managementmay concentrate on these areas to increase the satisfaction level of employees towards thewelfare measures.CHAPTER- 5SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 44
  45. 45. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESQUESTIONNAIREI PERSONAL DETAILSName (Optional) :Age : Up to 20 21- 30 31- 40 41- 50> 50Category : Highly Skilled Skilled UnskilledDesignation : ……………………………………………….Department : Mechanical Traffic Marine OthersGender : Male FemaleMarital Status : Single MarriedEducational Level : 10th12thDiplomaGraduate Post Graduate OthersLength of service : up to 5 yrs 6- 10 yrs 11-15 yrs16- 20 yrs > 20 yrs.II SAFETY1. Are adequate safety training programmes conducted for the employees of LancoIndustries?Yes No2. Have you attended any safety training programme conducted by the LancoIndustries?Yes NoIf yes, how was the safety training programme?Highly Effective Effective No Opinion Ineffective HighlyIneffectiveSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 45
  46. 46. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURES3. Does the Management provide awareness programmes relating to safety?Yes NoIf yes, what are the measures undertaken by LANCO INDUSTRIES to bringabout awareness for safety needs?Observance of safety weeksSafety CompetitionsTalks on safetyBulletin Boards/ SlogansPamphletsBookletsHouse Magazines4. What is your opinion about the following?Provision of safety measures Adequate Inadequate No OpinionSafety helmetsSafety outfitsSafety gogglesLeather glovesSafety shoesSafety bootsSafety maskLife saving AppliancesSafety measures provided forCranesSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 46
  47. 47. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESForks lift TrucksHatchesHazardous Cargo5. Do you make use of the above safety measures provided to you?Always Sometimes Never No Opinion6. Are the machines, equipments and tools:Yes NoWell DesignedWell MaintainedWell Guarded7. Is the layout of the workplace properly designed to avoid accidents?Yes No To an extent No Opinion8. Do the safety measures help in reducing the severity of accidents?Yes No To an extent No Opinion9. Are immediate actions taken to investigate accidents?Always Sometimes Never No Opinion10. Do you perceive any risk factor while working at Lanco Industries?Yes No To an extent No OpinionSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 47
  48. 48. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESIII Welfare11. Are you happy with the welfare provided at Lanco Industries?Yes No To an extent No Opinion12. Welfare measures help toStrongly Agree- SA Agree- A No Opinion- N Disagree- DStrongly Disagree- SDSA A N D SDCreate better industrial relationsBuild greater loyalty to the companyHelps faster team spirit13. What is your opinion about the following welfare measures at LancoIndustries?Highly Satisfactory- Hs Satisfactory- S Neutral- NDissatisfactory- D Highly Dissatisfactory- HDHS S N D HDMedical facilitiesCanteen facilitiesRest room facilitiesRecreational facilitiesCultural facilitiesFamily Planning ProgrammesSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 48
  49. 49. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESEducational facilitiesTransport facilitiesCo-operative EstablishmentsHousing facilitiesShopping facilitiesFirst Aid facilitiesEx-gratia paymentsCompassionate Appointment14. Do the welfare measures satisfy your needs?Always Sometimes Never No Opinion15. Do the welfare measures help in solving the problems faced by employees?Always Sometimes Never No Opinion16. What is your level of satisfaction regarding welfare measures?Highly Satisfied Satisfied NeutralDissatisfied Highly Dissatisfied17. Have you ever been disappointed by any of the welfare measures?Yes NoIf yes, (kindly specify)……………………………………..18. What are the welfare measures you feel should be improved? Kindly specify.……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...SREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 49
  50. 50. A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE WELFARE MEASURESThank youBibliography KEITH DEVIS: HUMAN RELATIONS MANAGEMENT, Tata McGraw Hill STEPHEN P. ROBBINS: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, PearsonEducation NAIR and LATHABOGOLIALA: LABOUR LAWS, Prentice Hall of IndiaSREE VIDYANIKETHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 50

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