Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         1.1 ABOUT THE EDIBLE OIL INDUSTRY IN INDIA.         INDUSTRY OVERVIE...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         MARKET STRUSTURE         India was the world largest importer in edi...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         CONSUMPTION PATTERN         INDIA is a vast country and inhabitants ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         MAJOR FEATURES OF EDIBLE OIL ECONOMY         There are two major fea...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         GLOBAL SCENARIO OF EDIBLE OIL                   Industry           ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.               OPPORTUNITIES                          Investment Opportunit...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                           The quality of labor force is one of Indians main ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         1.2 ABOUT THE COMPANY         Name & Address                  Gokul ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Benefits Given                          15% Bonus to Employee      ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Behind Kamrej Police Station,         Kamrej Char Rasta, Kamrej.    ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         NETWORK (India):         North Zone:               Delhi           ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.               China               Taiwan               Thailand          ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         INTRODUCTION         The year 1993 saw the birth of „Gokul Refoils &...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                  Retail market in packed tins under its trademarks „GOKUL‟....
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         VISSION AND MISSION OF THE GROUP         Vision          To become t...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         CORPORATE VALUE         The emphasized verse in the GRSL ethics book...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         He is a Co-Chairman of SEA imported vegetable oil processing committ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         and Oil meal Trade Council, SEA Imports Vegetable Oil Processors Cou...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                        ORGANATIONAL CHART      Graph 1.1D.L....
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                             QUALITY STANDARDS:-             ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.        Refined Cooking Oil         Gokul refined cooking oil, which is refi...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         appetite. It also helps in keeping pickle fresh for a longer duratio...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Available in:                 Pouches: 500ml. 1 ltr.              ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL         GRLS is planning to expand his network ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         ADVERTISEMENT         Launched new TV ad campaign featuring Cottonse...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         GROWTH OF GRCL         Gokul Refoils and solvent limited established...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         AWARDS & RECOGNITION         The journey of GRSL from the year 1992 ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                 The Solvent Extractors Association of India for being the P...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         2.1: OBJECTIVE OF RESEARCH:-               To find the level of sat...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         2.2 Scope and Limitation of the study               As the job sati...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         2.3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY         Research designing is nothing but i...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.           A. TYPES OF DATA                  Primary data:                  P...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.           B. METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION:         Here researcher describes wh...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Universe of the study:         GOKUL REFOILS AND SOLVANT LTD., SIDHP...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         2.4 REVIEW LITURATURE         Definitions         Employee satisfact...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.          How to improve employee satisfaction         The success of your bu...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                  employees build new skills. If budgets are tight, look for ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                 A stable, secure work environment that includes job securit...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.          Employee’s Roles in Satisfaction         If job satisfaction is a w...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         3.1 ANALYSES AND INTERPRETATION         Q-1: Are you satisfied with ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Q.2:- IS the interpersonal relationship is sound among the employees...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         So, we can conclude that the relation, sharing of information and co...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Analyses and interpretation:         For harmonious environment ther...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                     Types of payment structure              ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                  satisfaction from compensation             ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                              Level of work load             ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                         Innovetive idea                     ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Q -8:- are you satisfy with the quality of physical working conditio...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         of respondent are satisfies with the working condition and environme...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Findings show that the satisfaction level is not much higher in subj...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Analyses and interpretation:         To improve the level of job sat...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                                 future openion              ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                                        opinion              ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                                     Suggestion              ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         4.1 Findings               When the respondent ask to give response...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         4.2 Recommendation                        As our study shows there ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         4.3 Conclusion                  From research and findings we come t...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.                                        Questionnaire         Dear respondent...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Q.2:- IS the interpersonal relationship is sound among the employees...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.         Q- 5:- Is the compensation in the organization satisfactory?        ...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.              Average              Not good         Q-9:- is the welfare acti...
Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.              Wage structure              Ship duty              Healthy envi...
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  1. 1. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 1.1 ABOUT THE EDIBLE OIL INDUSTRY IN INDIA. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW INDIA is worlds leading economy in edible market. India‟s annual consumption is 10 million tones vis-à-vis china‟s 14.5 million tones. However, India‟s per capital consumption 10.2 kgs pre annum is considerably lower compared to global standard. India is also a leading producer of oil seed, contributing 9% to 12% of world oil seed production. India is estimated to account for around 6% of the world production of edible oils. Through it has the largest cultivated area under oil seeds in the world. India is the 5th largest producer of oil seeds in the world, behind US, China, Brazil, and Argentina. Since 1995, Indian share in world production of oil seeds has been around 8 to 10%. Edible oil processing consists of three operations: crushing and expelling (separating oil from the solids) solvent extraction (to chemically remove residual oil from oil cake solids), and oil refining. In many countries these three separate processing operations are conducted by one vertically integrated plant. In India, only a share of oil seed production undergoes solvent extractions and oil refining. Edible oils constitute and important component of Indian households expenditure on foods. A large population and steady economy growth is important contributor to India‟s increasing consumption and exports. The following table shows the import of edible oil made from November 2006 to September 2007. Particulars Qty in million tones. Palmolein 102502 Refined soybean oil 3120 Crude palm oil 2624632 Sunflower oil 192795 Soybean oil 1225010 Total 4154059 Table 1.1D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 1
  2. 2. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. MARKET STRUSTURE India was the world largest importer in edible oil during last three to five years ahead of the European Union and china. Development in the oil seed product sector is an important area of concern for both Indian policy maker and world commodity markets. The demand for oils, rather than meal has been the key driver of the sector and, with relatively low annual per capita oil consumption of about 11kgs (24 pounds),there is broad scope of continued growth in vegetable oil consumption and trade. Policy interventions in the market have been substantial, including high tariff on oil imports, prohibitive tariff and no tariff barriers for oil seeds, and regulation restricting plant scale and technology use in domestic processing. Although the goal is to promote self sufficiency and protect small farmers, current policies have corresponded with rising imports, limited production gains inefficient processing and marketing and heavy taxation of consumer. Future demand growth and change in domestic and tread policies may have significant impact of global oilseed and markets. Recent ERS(economic research service ) research has examined policies and performance in India‟s oilseed and oilseed product sectors, and the extent to which more open trade polices for edible oils in the 1990‟s have the affected price volatility in world and domestic market. Ongoing research focuses on. Analyses of alternate scenarios examining the potential impacts of liberalization of imports of oilseeds and oils, and of increased of processing and marketing efficiency in the oilseed and oilseed‟s products sector, on Indian and global markets.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 2
  3. 3. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. CONSUMPTION PATTERN INDIA is a vast country and inhabitants of several of regions have developed specific preference for certain oils largely depending upon the oils available in the region. For example people in the south and west prefer groundnuts oil while those in the east and north use mustard/rapeseed oil. Like wise several pockets in the south have a preference for coconuts and sesame oil. Inhabitants of northern plain are basically hard fat consumer and therefore, prefer vanaspati, a term used to denote a partially hydrogenated edible oil mixture. Vanaspati has an important role in our edible oil economy. Its production is about 1.2 million tones annually. It has around 10% share of edible oil market. It has the ability to absorb a heterogeneous variety of oils, which do not generally find direct marketing opportunities because of consumer preference for traditional oil such as groundnut oil, mustard oil, sesame oil, rice bran and cotton seed and oils from oilseeds of tree and forest origin had found their way to the edible pool largely through vanaspati route. Of late, things have changed. Through technological means such as refining, bleaching and deodorization all oils have been rendered practically colorless , order less and test less and, therefore, have become easily interchangeable in the kitchen. Never oils which were not known before they have entered the kitchen, like those of cottonseed, sunflower, palm oil or its liquid fraction (Palmolein) soya bean and rice bran. These stand to have a strong and distinctive test referred by most traditional customer. The share of raw oil, refined oil and vanaspati in the total edible oil market is estimated at 35%, 55% and 10% respectively.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 3
  4. 4. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. MAJOR FEATURES OF EDIBLE OIL ECONOMY There are two major features, which have very significantly contribution to the development of this sector. one was the setting of the technology mission on oil seed in 1986.this gave a trust to governments efforts for augmenting the production of oilseeds .this is evident by the impressive increase in the production of oilseeds from about 11.3 melon tones in 1986-87 to 24.8 mullion tones in 1998-99. There was some setback in 1999-2000 because of the unseasonal rein followed by inclement whether. The production of oilseeds decline to 20.7 million tones in 1999-2000 Hover, the oilseed production in 2005- 06 is estimated to be 27.73 million tons the other dominant feature which has had significant impact on present status of edible oil seeds, oil industries has been the programme of liberalization under which the governments economic policy allows greater freedom to the open market and encourages healthy competition and self regulation rather than protection and control. Control and regulation have been relaxed resulting in a highly competitive market dominated by both domestic and multinational players.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 4
  5. 5. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. GLOBAL SCENARIO OF EDIBLE OIL  Industry India is one of the largest importers of edible oil in the world, next only to china and US India imports palm oil mainly from Malaysia and Indonesia and soybean oil from Argentina and Brazil. with invention of biodiesel, about 15%-20% production of the vegetable oil is being directed towards the biodiesel and with rising global demand the availability of the edible oil like palm oil for edible purposes has tightened living to spurt in their global / domestic prices.  Major players in India. The major players in edible are as follows. Name of the Company Location Deals In Ruchi Soya Indore Groundnut oil, soya bean oil, sunflower oil, muted oil, palm oil and vanaspati. K.S.Oil M.P. Mustard oil, vanaspati, soya refined oil Sanvaria Agro Oil M.P. Refined soya been oil, lecithin Jayant Agro Organic BARODA Castor based products Vimal Oil and Foods GUJARAT Cottonseed, groundnut, soya, mustard and palm. Gokul Refoils and Solvent Ltd. GUJARAT Table 1.2 OPPORTUNITIES AND THEATS OF INDAINS EDIBLE INDUSTRIESD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 5
  6. 6. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.  OPPORTUNITIES  Investment Opportunities The edible oil industries is now one of the leading sustainers of the positive annual economic growth rate India has enjoyed for over and decade now. India demand for edible oil has being growing at the rate of 8-9% per annum. The national demand for edible oil is projected to reach over 110.25 laces. MT in 2005 up from 100.96 laces MT in 2001. National production as of 2001 stood at 54.54 laces MT making India a new importer of edible oil in the tune of over 46.92 laces MT. This gives investment opportunities into the edible oil industry  Strategic Location India is strategically poisoned within the south of the Asian continent that includes the SAARC countries, an economic grouping with a market of over 1500 million people. This location gives India a commanding importance as a base for regional trade and investment.  Predictable and Stable Economic environment Since 1985, India has been on the path of economic reconstruction and development, which has made here the new face of emerging Asia. The economic reforms undertaken, coupled with political stability, have contributed to growth rates averaging 6.5% over the last decade. Inflation has consistently been maintained bellow 6%. India is now rated the second best improving countries in the Asian continent after china.  Cheap but quality laborD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 6
  7. 7. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. The quality of labor force is one of Indians main strength. With 100 of universities and polytechnics, all levels of skills and tanning needed to run the edible oil industry are adequately covered. India‟s labor cheap compare to that most developed countries. Trained, trainable as well as unskilled labor is readily available for prospective investor in the sector to utilize.  Positive macroeconomic factors for edible oil industry  Population growth  Per capita income  Purchasing power and oil seeds crop  Threats  Monsoon dependent agriculture Raw material supply of edible oil industry is directly related with the agricultural production of oil seeds. That agricultural production in India has a fluctuating trend is now a new thing. Agriculture here still depends largely on monsoon rains and the intensity of the latter has significant influence on production. Significantly, even the agriculturally rich state with better irrigation network; have witnessed sharp changes in their production of late.  Health consciousness Now a day, people are becoming more and more health consciousness and they avoid foods cooked in edible oils. Increasing health awareness and impact of oils usage on individual cholesterol levels directly related with demand of edible oil.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 7
  8. 8. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 1.2 ABOUT THE COMPANY Name & Address Gokul Refoils & Solvent Ltd. State Highway No:-41, Nr, Sujanpur patia, Sidhpur-384151, Gujarat (India) Web Site www.gokulgroup.com Form of Organization Public Ltd. Scale of Organization Large Scale Promoters MR.BALVANTSINH RAJPUT MR.KANUBHAI THAKKAR Bankers - STATE BANK OF INDIA IN SIDHPUR - DEVEOPMENT CREDIT BANK IN AHMEDABAD - Chartered Accountant – Prakash Agrawal Auditor MR.M.R.PANDHI & AssociatesD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 8
  9. 9. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Benefits Given  15% Bonus to Employee  Welfare facilities  Group insurance  Free medical check-up  Loan facility PRODUCTION UNIT At Sidhpur State Highway No:-41, Nr, Sujanpur patia, Sidhpur-384151, Gujarat (India) Phone: +91-2767-222075 Fax : +91-2767-223475 At Gandhidham Unit 89, meghpar – borichi, Galpadar Road, Nr. Sharma Resort, TA – Anjar, Dist. Kutch -370110. Gujarat (India) Phone: +91-2836-247078/79 Fax : +91-2836-247080 Email: gdham@gokulgroup.com At Surat Unit Wed Prakash sing, B-13 Mahalaxmi Housing Society,D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 9
  10. 10. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Behind Kamrej Police Station, Kamrej Char Rasta, Kamrej. Corporate Office “GOKUL HOUSE”, 43-shreemali Co-op. Housing Society Ltd. Opp. Shikhar Building, Navarangpura, Ahmadabad – 380009, Gujarat (India) Phone: +91-79-66304555/66615253/54 Fax : +91-79-66304543 Email: gsrl@gokulgroup.com Export inquiry office Mr. Joseph chettiar GOKUL REFOILES & SOLVENT LTD. # a 321, Gokul Arcade, Off. Andheri Sahar Road, Mumbai 400 057 (India) Phone Tel: (DID) +912267061650 (HP) +91 9867165503 (Gen) +91 22 67061649. Fax: +91 22 67061648 Email: joseph@gokulgroup.comD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 10
  11. 11. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. NETWORK (India): North Zone:  Delhi  Himachal  Punjab  Jammu & Kashmir  Chandigarh  Uttaranchal West Zone:  Gandhidham  Sidhpur  Rajasthan  Maharashtra East Zone:  Guwahati  Assam South Zone:  Looking for goods agents. NETWORK (outside of India):  Kuvet  Indonesia  South Korea  France  NetherlandsD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 11
  12. 12. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.  China  Taiwan  Thailand  JapanD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 12
  13. 13. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. INTRODUCTION The year 1993 saw the birth of „Gokul Refoils & Solvent Ltd.‟ (GRSL), at Sidhpur. The history of Gokul is the one of innovation and adventure, of risks taken and bold decisions made. The seeds of this successful corporate conglomerate were sown way back in the 80s by two farsighted men, Balvantsinh Rajput and Kanubhai Thakkar with a vision to lead the industry. The company is mainly engaged in the business of refining vegetable oils including seed procurement, processing, solvent extraction and marketing of edible oils. The present operation of the company may be broadly categorized under three heads:  Trading  Manufacturing  Marketing The company, for its trading operations sources various vegetable oils in either crude or refined from domestic as well as international markets and sells them in bulk either directly or through brokers. It purchases mustard, rapeseed, groundnut, and sunflower seeds from different local and surroundings markets and imports Palmolein and soya bean oil from international markets. The total sale of the company is divided in three major areas:  Institutional sale o Govt. Institution o Civil suppliers o Indian Tibetan Border Force o Institutions  Wholesale in tanker loads to different parts of the country.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 13
  14. 14. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.  Retail market in packed tins under its trademarks „GOKUL‟.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 14
  15. 15. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. VISSION AND MISSION OF THE GROUP Vision To become the most preferred and admired brand globally, through quality products and advanced technologies & processes, Aimed at bringing immense delight to all the stakeholders. Mission  To reach every kitchen of Indian family by delivering best quality products  with delicious taste.  To become a true Indian MNC with Pan India presence and operations  across the globe.  To develop most preferred and admired edible oil brands in India.  To create best value proposition to investors, vendors & society.  To uphold the principles of Corporate Governance.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 15
  16. 16. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. CORPORATE VALUE The emphasized verse in the GRSL ethics book is „Excellence‟. The company stresses on:  An Environmental friendly approach  Producing superior quality product  Complete customer satisfaction PROMOTERS: Mr. Balvantsinh Rajput, Chairman and Managing Director Mr. Balvantsinh Raj put, aged 46 years, a resident Indian national, and is a promoter of our company. Mr. Balvantsinh Raj put started as a commodity trader and has come a long way in establishing a fortune of the group the past 25 years he had experience of more than 2 decades, both in edible and non edible oil business. He started his carrier in the year 1982 by setting up an oil meal of 50 TTD capacities. Latter in the year 1992 he laid the foundation of our company. Is associated with various trade associations and is an active politician. In 2007 he was sitting on M.L.A. of Gujarat legislative assembly representing Sidhpur constituency.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 16
  17. 17. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. He is a Co-Chairman of SEA imported vegetable oil processing committee. He is actively involved in the day to day functions of the company. He looks after administration, production facilities with government agencies. Mr. Kanubhai Thakkar, Managing Director Mr. Kanubhai Thakkar, aged 47years, a resident Indian national, is a promoter of our company. Mr. Kanubhai Thakkar, along with Mr. Balvantsinh Raj put has been instrumental in the formation of the group. He" started as a commodity trader and has over 2 decades of experience inedible oil. He is the recipient of the “Oil man of the year” award in the year 2005 from “globe oil India” He is actively involved in the business development activities and major expansion initiatives undertaken by the group. He plays a vital role in the hedging activities undertaken by the group. He was instrumental insetting up two subsidiaries in Mauritius and Singapore to establish a presence in global market. Under his able leadership our company is expending its Surat plant and setting up the new soya bean plant. Presently he is the chairman of western zone solvent extractors association of the India and an office bearer of various committees like, SEA International OilD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 17
  18. 18. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. and Oil meal Trade Council, SEA Imports Vegetable Oil Processors Council, SEA Castor seed and Oil Promotion Council. BOARD OF DIRECTORS SR. NO NAME OF THE DIRECTOR DESIGNATION 1 Mr. Balvantsinh C. Raj put Chairman 2 Mr. Kanubhai J. Thakkar Managing Director 3 Mr. Dinesh H. Sharma Whole time Director 4 Dr. Rashidali Khan Independent Director 5 Dr. dipuba Devada Independent Director 6 Mr. Piyushchandra Vyas Independent Director 7 Mr. Karansinhji Mahida Independent Director 8 Mr. Jayant Parimal Independent Director Table 1.3D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 18
  19. 19. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. ORGANATIONAL CHART Graph 1.1D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 19
  20. 20. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. QUALITY STANDARDS:- ISO 9001:2000 Product Profile:  Refined Cottonseed Oil Gokul Refined oil is very stable oil with a long self life. This oil does not deteriorate even at high temperatures. Also, its bland flavor retains the taste of the food in which it is used. It is ideal for deep frying and for commercial use. Available in:  Pouches: 1 ltr.  Tins: 15 ltr, 15kg.  Pet Bottle : 1 ltr  Jerry Canes: 5 ltr, 15 ltr.  Refined groundnut Oil Gokul refined groundnut Oil is traditionally preferred oil for deep-frying as it preserves the natural aroma of the food cooked/fried in it. It is a source from the best groundnut oil available in the country. Crystal clear oil. It is light to consume and is the preferred oil among various consumers. Available in:  Pouches: 1 ltr.  Jar: 5 ltr.  Pet Bottle : 1 ltr  Tins: 15 ltr.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 20
  21. 21. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.  Refined Cooking Oil Gokul refined cooking oil, which is refined Palmolive, is clear and order less oil that to bring out the aroma of the food cooked in it is extremely stable to high temperatures especially during frying and it help us to maintain the flavor of your food. Thus, making it an excellent cooking medium for deep-frying it is used in the preparation of fried snacks like French fries and potato wafers. It also source of vitamin A and vitamin E. Available in:  Pouches: 1 ltr.  Tins: 15 ltr.  Pet Bottle: 1 ltr.  Refined Vegetable Oil Gokul “vanaspati” refined vegetable oil is a simple blend of refined soya bean oil and refined Palmolein oil. By imbibing the qualities of both these oils i.e. deep frying property of Palmolein and nutritive value of soya bean, you can get the goodness of both oils in one healthy well balanced oil. Available in:  Pouches: 500 ml. 1 ltr.  Jar: 15 ltr.  Tins: 15 ltr.  Refined mustard oil Gokul mustard oil made from the first press of the mustard in the traditional way by slowly crushing the best mustard seeds in a temperature controlled environment to retain its pungency and natural properties. Its high pungency level enhances the taste of the food cooked in it and helps stimulate yourD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 21
  22. 22. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. appetite. It also helps in keeping pickle fresh for a longer duration while retaining the traditional flavor Available in:  Tins: 15 kg.  Pet Bottle: 1 ltr.  Refined Sunflower Oils Gokul sunflower oil is light nutritious, healthy that is easy to digest. it consist mostly of polyunsaturated fatty acids and is low in saturated fats rich in vitamins, Gokul refine sunflower oil goes through the highly specialized process of winterization that removes almost all the wax containing in the oil, making it the lightest oil available today. Available in:  Pouches: 1 ltr.  Jar: 2 ltr. 5ltr. 15 ltr.  Tins: 15ltr.  Pet Bottle: 1 ltr.  Refined Soya bean Oil Gokul refined soya bean oil is light, order less and healthy oil. Most importantly, it consist OMG3 (omega 3) an essential PUFA which need to supplement from outside source soya bean is the preferred oil of many house hold across the world.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 22
  23. 23. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Available in:  Pouches: 500ml. 1 ltr.  Tins: 15 ltr.  Pet Bottle: 1 ltr.  Jerry cans: 5 ltr. 15 ltr.  Liner carton: 200ml.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 23
  24. 24. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL GRLS is planning to expand his network throughout India appointing new dealers, distributers, C&F agents and advertisements. Production department Carrying Forwarding Department Dealers/distribution Whole seller Retailer Consumer Graph 1.2D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 24
  25. 25. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. ADVERTISEMENT Launched new TV ad campaign featuring Cottonseed Oil with its benefits Some print advertisement given in daily newspaper. Launch Ad- divaya bhaskar, Gujarat Launch Ad-Sandesh, Gujarat Launch Ad-Gujarat Samachar Gujarat Out door advertisement Placed hoardings at prime location Brand ambassador and punch line Beauty Queen Sridevi is an official Brand Ambassador for the GRSL.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 25
  26. 26. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. GROWTH OF GRCL Gokul Refoils and solvent limited established by Mr. Balvantsinh Raj put and Mr. Kanubhai Thakkar. It was established in 1993. This unit produced edible oil. At first this unit cruse the mustered but demand of crushed mustered was so more, so that they purchased six expeller machines and also made silo for store the mustered. Through expeller machines they get raw oil and cake. They made oil storage tanks for stores raw oil. And after they established solvent plan for get the benefit to cake which has 6% oil. Through this plant they repose on cake and get oil from cake. At last they get deoiled cake. This deoiled cake exported outside of the country and in country. After success of Sidhpur plant they established their unit in Gandhidham. This unit produced mustered oil, custard oil, and repressed oil a plant is going on. This established for getting benefit of government policy. Government declare this zone as a special economic zone (SEZ) and who established their plan in this zone they get special benefit for production, marketing etc. so that they established their unit at Gandhidham. Another plant of GSRL at Surat also. This is new plant of it so there isn‟t more machinery and other services. Kandala is the nearest port for export-import. GSRL exports their deoiled cake through this port. All most all the export their deoiled cake through this port. All most all the export-import of Gujarat, Rajasthan and other nearest area.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 26
  27. 27. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. AWARDS & RECOGNITION The journey of GRSL from the year 1992 to this stage has been appreciated through various Awards awarded by recognized and reputed organizations. With the consistent encouragement for the dedication and good work done from various business associations, the company grew leaps and bounds to reach to the heights today. Awards  SEA Award in the year 2008-09, 2006-07 & 2004-05 for Highest Exporter of Rapeseed Extraction.  „Oil Man of the year‟ award from GLOBOIL India in the Year 2005 to Mr. Kanubhai Thakkar – MD, GRSLD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 27
  28. 28. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.  The Solvent Extractors Association of India for being the Platinum Sponsor at 4th International Seminar on Castor Seed, Castor Oil and its Value added Products.  Central Organization for oil and industry trade in the year 2005 for supporting All India Seminar on Rabi Oilseeds Crops.  Central Organization for oil and industry trade in the year 2008 for supporting All India Seminar on Kharif.  Award from Gujarat Edible Oil Traders Association.  Award from Traders Association during 27th All India RABI Seminars.  Malaysian Palm Oil promotion Council in the year 2005 for promoting the Palm oil in India.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 28
  29. 29. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 2.1: OBJECTIVE OF RESEARCH:-  To find the level of satisfaction from work among the employees of GRSL.  To identify an individuals affective response towards his/her wok.  To identify the relationship between job satisfaction and other variables such as gender, personality, class and age, etc.  To identify workers preference about the work environment, conditions and safety. etc.  To know the influence of psychological need on job such as level of supervision, recognition, opportunity etc.  To identify weather the workers are satisfies wit the payment, allowances and other enhancing factor toward job.  To identify weather employees are satisfies wit the job environment, sites and plants, security, work load, etc  To reveal the factors which is able to increase the job satisfaction?  To identify the level of span of control and to take work smoothly from employee which improve job satisfaction.  To identify the level of requirement of job rotations, enlargement, enrichment and interest of employees in it.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 29
  30. 30. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 2.2 Scope and Limitation of the study  As the job satisfaction is very sensitive topic & many organizations will not be agree to divulge this secrecy of their organization because it is directly related to organization reputation.  Another problem with this study is that most of the employees don‟t know the essence of the job satisfaction and its exact meaning also due to illiteracy and lack of awareness.  This approach is segmental approach to know the approach of respondent to various segments like pay, working condition, span of control, superiority, subordinate relationship etc, but, it has some pitfalls like one may be quite satisfied with his/her job as a whole but not with some element and visa-versa.  And the major thing is that this study is only confined one organization so we can‟t take it as universal true.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 30
  31. 31. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 2.3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research designing is nothing but it is preplanning of conducting research work. For to conduct successful and systematic research work, formation of research designing must be required in research work. Significance of research designing has increase in the world of research. TYPE OF RESEARCH:- Here we have applied following types of research in this study. Descriptive research:- Descriptive research includes survey and facts findings inquiries of different kinds. The major purpose of descriptive research is description of the state of affairs as it exits at present. In business research, we generally use the term Ex. Ex post factor studies also included attempts by researcher to discover causes even when they can not control the variables.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 31
  32. 32. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. A. TYPES OF DATA Primary data: Primary data have been collected through questionnaire, personal interview and observation for study. Secondary data: Secondary data have been collected through company‟s record and past information. We have also used sites of company and little literature review. Quantitative data: Quantities data have been collected from the questioner and the company‟s records. Qualitative data: Qualitative data have been also collected through data collection and interpretation.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 32
  33. 33. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. B. METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION: Here researcher describes which method he has applied during research development. Observation: This method implies the collection of information by way of investigator‟s own observation, without interviewing or during interviewing the respondents. The information obtained relates to what is currently happening and is not collected by either the past behavior or future intentions for attitudes of respondents. This method is no doubt an expensive method and the information provided by this method is also very limited. Schedule with interview: Researcher has to prepare schedule containing relevant questions. In this method researcher interviews to the respondents by personal containing it them and asked the questions to the respondents. Data are collected by feeling of the schedules by researcher on the bases of replies given by respondents. Literature review: Here researcher has used literature review method for the reference of the subject. Researcher has used literature review method for formulation of research and its application. Historical method: Researcher has used historical method for the secondary data collection from the industry web side n other guidance from company documents of past records.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 33
  34. 34. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Universe of the study: GOKUL REFOILS AND SOLVANT LTD., SIDHPUR. Have 450 employees among the different departments which are being taken as universe of the study. Sample unit: Sampling unit means to which region you have taken for survey. Researcher has taken individual interview of respondent in GRSL. Sample size: Sample of 60 respondents where selected for the study of job satisfaction by random sampling. The middle and top level employees of the entire department‟ via, Personal, account, marketing, production, store etc. Sampling procedure: Researcher has selected group-sampling method for employees of the GRSL. Questioner: Researcher has use both open ended and close ended questions in questioners.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 34
  35. 35. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 2.4 REVIEW LITURATURE Definitions Employee satisfaction surveys help employers measure and understand their employees attitude, opinions, motivation, and general satisfaction with their work environment. Use employee satisfaction surveys to inform employee decision making, benefits, work needs and more. How to measure employee satisfaction  Use an employee engagement or employee satisfaction survey.  Conduct confidential focus group meetings with employees.  conduct and analyze exit interviews  Measure voluntary employee turnover and compare to your industry benchmarks. Herzberg’s theory What people make some people like their job? Herzberg‟s and his associates discovered through their extensive research, that the factor contribute the job satisfaction and dissatisfaction where different dissatisfaction was associated with condition of surrounding job(working condition, pay, security, quality of supervision, interpersonal relation)rather than the work itself, the factor prevent negative reaction, referred to them as hygiene factor. While satisfaction is associated with work itself or to outcomes directly derived from the nature of job, achievement, advancement and recognition because such factor were associated with high level of job satisfaction. Herzberg calls them motivators. However the theory is useful for describing a condition that people find satisfaction and dissatisfaction on the job.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 35
  36. 36. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. How to improve employee satisfaction The success of your business depends on having a motivated workforce. Properly motivated employees do their job better and achieve a higher level of performance. The right employee strategies can encourage loyalty, dedication and self awareness in the pursuit of excellence. In contrast lack of employee loyalty will cost your company money, time and lost customers. Employee loyalty can best be defined as employees dedicated to the success of the organization. To be successful, Employees recommend your organization to prospective customers and recruit new employees by word of mouth. The employees satisfaction level with their current job may determine if they are actively seeking employee outside your organization. Depending on your business and industry, lack of employee satisfaction can lead to talks of bringing in a union.  Empower them. Show trust in your team by giving them the authority to make decisions. Be available when needed, but allow your staff flexibility in how they accomplish business objectives.  Stand up for employees. Support your staff when they encounter roadblocks. If someone on your team makes a mistake, avoid rushing to judgment. Instead, help the person learn from the situation and take steps to ensure it doesnt happen again.  Recognize achievements. Praise employees for their accomplishments and reinforce the behaviors you would like others to emulate. Low-cost rewards such as an occasional free lunch or movie passes can be highly motivational.  Provide advancement opportunities. In addition to competitive compensation and benefits, invest in training and development to helpD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 36
  37. 37. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. employees build new skills. If budgets are tight, look for other ways to promote career development, such as mentoring programs. Variables which contribute to Employee satisfaction:  Overall Individual satisfaction: Employees be should satisfy with the organization as a great place to work.  Work Environment: Employees have to feel satisfied with the environment within which they work for it would result in high productivity.  Communication Methods: When administrative policies and all important announcements are communicated to the employees, it boosts their morale. The methods chosen for communication also play an integral role. Some of the methods that could be used are intranet, monthly newsletters, weekly meetings etc...  Compensation and benefits: This is the most important variable for employee satisfaction. Employees should be provided with competitive salary packages and they should be satisfied with it when comparing their pay packets with those of the outsiders who are working in the same industry. How To Creating Employee Satisfaction  Flexible work arrangements, possibly including telecommuting.  Training and other professional growth opportunities.  Interesting work that offers variety and challenge and allows the worker opportunities to "put his or her signature" on the finished product.  Opportunities to use ones talents and to be creative.  Opportunities to take responsibility and direct ones own work.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 37
  38. 38. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL.  A stable, secure work environment that includes job security/continuity.  An environment in which workers are supported by an accessible supervisor who provides timely feedback as well as congenial team members.  Flexible benefits, such as child-care and exercise facilities.  Up-to-date technology check.  Competitive salary and opportunities for promotion. Graph 2.1 http://www.personabesthr.comD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 38
  39. 39. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Employee’s Roles in Satisfaction If job satisfaction is a worker benefit, surely the worker must be able to contribute to his or her own satisfaction and well-being on the job. The following suggestions can help a worker find personal job satisfaction:  Seek opportunities to demonstrate skills and talents. This often leads to more challenging work and greater responsibilities, with attendant increases in pay and other recognition.  Develop excellent communication skills. Employer‟s value and reward excellent reading, listening, writing, and speaking skills.  Know more. Acquire new job-related knowledge that helps you to perform tasks more efficiently and effectively. This will relieve boredom and often gets one noticed.  Demonstrate creativity and initiative. Qualities like these are valued by most organizations and often result in recognition as well as in increased responsibilities and rewards.  Develop teamwork and people skills. A large part of job success is the ability to work well with others to get the job done.  Accept the diversity in people. Accept people with their differences and their imperfections and learn how to give and receive criticism constructively.  See the value in your work. Appreciating the significance of what one does can lead to satisfaction with the work itself. This helps to give meaning to ones existence, thus playing a vital role in job satisfaction. Learn to de-stress. Plan to avoid burnout by developing healthy stress- management techniques.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 39
  40. 40. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 3.1 ANALYSES AND INTERPRETATION Q-1: Are you satisfied with job and the position you have hold in the organization? Response Frequency Percentage satisfied 45 75% Partially satisfied 12 20% Not satisfied 3 5% Table 3.1 JOB SATISFACTION AMONG 0% EMPLOYEES 5% 20% Responce satisfied 75% Partialy satisfied Not satisfied Graph 3.1 Analyses and interpretation: when respondent were asked the question that are you satisfy with the job and position you have hold in the organization researcher have got findings that 75% of the employees are satisfies.20% respondent are partially satisfied, and 5% are dissatisfied. So, we can conclude that major of the respondent are happy with GRSL.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 40
  41. 41. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Q.2:- IS the interpersonal relationship is sound among the employees of GRSL? Response Frequency Percentage Very good 38 63% Good 13 22% Average 7 12% Bad 2 3% Very bad 0 0% Table 3.2 Level of interpersonal relation 0% 12% 3% Very good 22% good 63% Average Bad Very bad Graph 3.2 Analyses and interpretation: This table reveals that 63% of the employee agree that the interpersonal relation among the GRSL employees are very good, 22% said that good, 12% are from bad opinion.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 41
  42. 42. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. So, we can conclude that the relation, sharing of information and communication network is very much sound in GRSL. Q-3:- Relationship & coordination among the employees and the top level management to achieve the goal. Response Frequency Percentage Very good 10 17% good 36 60% Average 8 13% Bad 4 7% Very bad 2 3% Table 3.3 relationship between management and employees 3% 7% 17% 13% Very good good Average Bad 60% Very bad Graph 3.3D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 42
  43. 43. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Analyses and interpretation: For harmonious environment there should be coordination between employees and top level management and achievement of goal. When employees are being asked, 60% views are in favor of good relationship, 17% are of very good, 13% of average and 7% are of bad. So, we can conclude that company should improve proper communication network. Q -4:- which kind of mode of payment you are receiving? Response Frequency Percentage Fix payment(salary) 47 78% Daily 4 7% payment(wages) Performance 9 15% wise(commission) Table 3.4D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 43
  44. 44. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Types of payment structure 15% 7% Fix payment(salary) Daily payment(wages) 78% Perforemance wise(commission) Graph 3.4 Analyses and interpretation: The above chart show that 78% of the employees receives fix payment by why of salary , 15%of the employees receives on performance wise like commission,7%are of daily payment i.e. wage bases. And we conclude that the employees have more interest in higher compensation. Q- 5:- Is the compensation in the organization satisfactory? Response Frequency Percentage Satisfied 33 55% Partially satisfied 19 32% Not Satisfied 8 13% Table 3.5D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 44
  45. 45. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. satisfaction from compensation 13% satisfied 32% 55% Partialy satisfied Not satisfied Graph 3.5 Analyses and interpretation: Compensation is the main factor which improves the satisfaction level among the employees. From the above conclusion we come to know that 55% of the employees are satisfied, 32% are partially satisfied and 13% are dissatisfied. It also reveals that the employees are interested in the incentives. Q-6:- how much work load you are facing in routine work? Response Frequency Percentage High 24 40% Medium 27 45% Low 9 14% Table 3.6D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 45
  46. 46. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Level of work load 15% 40% High Midium 45% low Graph 3.6 Analyses and interpretation: As we try to know the level of satisfaction we should take in concern the factor stress and work load which minimizes satisfaction level.45% respondent feels medium level of work load, 40% fells high level of work load and 15% feels low level of work load. So, we can conclude that the level of work load in GRSL is at average level. Q-7 Do management considers your innovative ideas regarding production process, quality improvement, packaging, color, etc? Response Frequency Percentage Every time 36 60% Few time 22 37% Never 2 3% Table 3.7D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 46
  47. 47. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Innovetive idea 3% 37% Every time 60% Few time Never Graph 3.7 Analyses and interpretation: To achieve the goal smoothly every organization requires efficient and innovative employees. In the survey 60% of the respondent says that GRSL considers and take in concern their innovation and skills every time, 37%said that they are being concerned few time, and 3% respondents said that they had not been concerned. So, we can interpret that company‟s attachment towards the employees is not as expected.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 47
  48. 48. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Q -8:- are you satisfy with the quality of physical working condition, work environment and safety facilities? Response Frequency Percentage Very good 17 28% Good 32 54% Average 9 15% Not good 2 3% Table 3.8 Working condition 3% 15% 28% Very good Good Average 54% Not good Graph 3.8 Analyses and interpretation: Working condition and environment are the fundamental things related to job satisfaction. From our findings we found that 54% of respondent are in favor of good, 28% are in favor of very good,15% favor about average and 3% view are about not good. From the above analyze we can able to know that higher numberD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 48
  49. 49. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. of respondent are satisfies with the working condition and environment. Q-9:- is the welfare activity like provident fund, life insurance policies, health consciousness are satisfactory? Response frequency Percentage Yes 43 63% No 17 37% Table 3.9 Walefare aspect 38% Yes 62% No Graph 3.9 Analyses and interpretation: Promotional activities are the most basic motivational factors which improves the job involvement among the employees too.63% of our respondent are satisfies with the promotional policies of the GRSL. And 38% are denied to say yes.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 49
  50. 50. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Findings show that the satisfaction level is not much higher in subject of promotional activities. Q-10:- Is the training and development programme in the organization efficient? Response Frequency Percentage Excellent level 14 23% Moderate level 37 62% Poor level 9 15% Table 3.10 Effect of training 15% 23% Exellent level Moderate level Poor level 62% Graph 3.10D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 50
  51. 51. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Analyses and interpretation: To improve the level of job satisfaction, job interest and job involvement the training and development programme plays an important role, our findings reveals that 62% respondent feels its moderate level in company,23% response about excellent and 15% have said that it‟s poor. So, from the above analyses we can interpret that the effect of training has productive effects among employees. Q -11:-considering the future of the organization would you continue with this job? Response Frequency Percentage Yes 29 48% Probably yes 24 40% No 7 12% Table 3.11D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 51
  52. 52. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. future openion 12% 48% Yes 40% Probably yes No Graph 3.11 Analyses and interpretation: It is general belief that if the person is working in the organization for long time it means his job satisfaction must be high and our findings also near to it. Data shows that48% of employees is ready to continue with GRSL. 40% says probably yes, and 12% are not ready. So that we can able to know that most of the employees are satisfies wit group of GRSL. Q -12:- do you think the GRSL should change its policy? Response Frequency Percentage Yes 49 82% No 11 18% Table 3.12.1D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 52
  53. 53. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. opinion 18% Yes No 82% Graph 3.12.1 As 82% of respondent‟s opinion are for minor changes in company‟s policies , we have take their opinion in which subject they need change and the questions reveals the following findings,, If yes, then in which area you require the change? Response Frequency Percentage Wage structure 17 35% Ship duty 12 25% Healthy environment 6 12% Involvement of employees 8 16% Performance base 6 12% payment Table 3.12.2D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 53
  54. 54. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Suggestion Wage structure 12% 35% Ship duety 16% Healthy environment 12% 25% Involvement of employees Perforemance base payement Graph 3.12.2 Analyses and interpretation: 35% of the respondent want change in wage structure, 25%wants change in ship duty, 12% preferences for healthy environment, 16% want more involvement with higher level management, and 12% want performance base paymentD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 54
  55. 55. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 4.1 Findings  When the respondent ask to give response about their overall satisfaction of the job considering all factors like salary, working condition, relation with superior with subordinate and other facilities provided to them we found that the job satisfaction among the employee of GRSL is very good.  Out of 60 respondent i.e. 45 respondent (75%) are satisfies with the job and the company should improve the interpersonal relationship among the employees whose satisfaction level is slightly low.  Major of the respondent i.e. 38 (60%) are satisfies with the relation of employees and top management at good level so the management should improve communication with the employees.  33 respondents (52%) said that payment structure is good but the remaining respondent interested in payment according to performance so the company should make few change in wage structure.  Most of the respondent 47(45%) complain about the work load so the management should adopt the training and development, outsourcing, job rotations etc.  The finding show that the level of involvement of the employees toward the job is 60% which is less then expected so the company should rotate, enlarge and enrich the job.  Company should improve working environment and interaction with employees.  Out of 60 respondents few respondent are having interested to improve welfare policies of the company so the management should take it in concern.  Few respondents have given suggestion to change in performance base payment, change in ship duty, improvement in ecological environment and working atmosphere. It is also considerable for job satisfaction.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 55
  56. 56. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 4.2 Recommendation  As our study shows there is positive relation between experience, compensation, employee involvement and promotional activities are interrelated organization may give attention to improve job satisfaction.  To improve the level of job satisfaction organization should consider the job and the factor related to job like working condition, training and motivation and additional payment of wage according to performance and skill.  Organization should provide the record system and job appraisal system to check the performance and motivation.  The organization should design job content of each employee appropriately.  The organization should enhance the participative activities.  Through training and development programs company should try to reveal the interest for job and to grab out the ridership quality.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 56
  57. 57. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. 4.3 Conclusion From research and findings we come to know that the level of satisfaction among the employees of “GOKUL REFOILS & SOLVENT LTD” is at excellent level. The interaction, coordination, involvement, and the working environment are found at good level in the organization. But to minimize the small level of dissatisfaction organization should concern the opinion and suggestion of the employees to achieve the vision and mission through smooth way.D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 57
  58. 58. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Questionnaire Dear respondent, We, being the management student are supposed to prepare a questionnaire as a part of our research, so we seek your kind help to assist us by answering few questions. We assure you that the information provided by you will use for academic purpose only. Thanking you, Bhavin M. Parmar D.L.P. Institute of Management Consumer Name: ……………………………………………………………………….…………. Contact No :( m)………………………...... (R)….…………………….…. Address……………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………......... __________________________________________________________________ Q-1: Are you satisfied with job and the position you have hold in the organization? Satisfied Partially satisfied Not satisfiedD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 58
  59. 59. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Q.2:- IS the interpersonal relationship is sound among the employees of GRSL? Very good Good Average Bad Very bad Q-3:- Relationship & coordination among the employees and the top level management to achieve the goal. Very good Good Average Bad Very bad Q -4:- which kind of mode of payment you are receiving? Fix payment (salary) Daily payment (wages) Performance wise (commission)D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 59
  60. 60. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Q- 5:- Is the compensation in the organization satisfactory? Satisfied Partially satisfied Not satisfied Q-6:- how much work load you are facing in routine work? High Medium Low Q-7 Do management considers your innovative ideas regarding production process, quality improvement, packaging, color, etc? Every time Few times Never time Q -8:- are you satisfy with the quality of physical working condition, work environment and safety facilities? Very good GoodD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 60
  61. 61. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Average Not good Q-9:- is the welfare activity like provident fund, life insurance policies, health consciousness are satisfactory? Yes No Q- 10:- Is the training and development programme in the organization efficient? Excellent level Moderate level Poor level Q -11:-considering the future of the organization would you continue with this job? Yes Probably yes No Q -12:- do you think the GRSL should change its policy? Yes no If yes, then in which area you require the change?D.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 61
  62. 62. Job satisfaction among the employees of GRSL. Wage structure Ship duty Healthy environment Involvement of employees Performance base payment Bibliography Book review k.aahwathappa: HR and personnel management (2006) l.m.prashad: organizational behavior hall of Indic pvt.ltd. (2004) Website http://www.gokulgroup.com http://www.edibleoil.com http://www.google.comD.L.Patel Institute of Management and Technology, Vidhyanagri, Himmatnagar Page 62

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