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  1. 1. Dual role of Women Employees Checklist before the print of Research Dissertation / Term Paper book 1. Use Times New Roman font 12, main points can be 16 bold (N0 underline), Sub headings should be 14 Bold & a) / i) / bullet or arrow can be used. 2. The line spacing should be 1.15 to 1.5 & not more 3. The main categorizations can be represented with A. B. C. etc. 4. Save the file in A4 size. Top, right & down 1” & left 1.25” margin. 5. Justify page to both right & left margin. 6. Do not Border the pages. 7. Page numbers of Chapter 1234 in Dissertation & 123 in TP shall balance with the remaining Chapters. i.e. 18-23 pages for 3 Chapters in TP & 38-55 pages for 4 Chapters in Dissertation. 8. Do not give page numbers for Bibliography & Annexure/Appendix. 9. Check & set pages before print for e.g. Company Profile should start in a fresh page, adjust previous page words & shorten it ending in previous page if only 2/3 lines are left in a fresh page. 10.Do not end a page with Heading & explanation given from other page. 11.Avoid leaving a page with 2/3 lines & do not use one full page for a table or diagram & 2 sentences only. 12.Avoid leaving more than 35% blank page in analysis & interpretation unless you have sub categorized the analysis & sub category ends. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 1 of 115
  2. 2. Dual role of Women Employees 13.Type table no or chart no at the bottom of table should be numbered by “chapter no. Space table/chart number (e.g. T: 4.01 for first table in chapter 4 or C: 2.03 for the third chart in second chapter). All Table & Chat should be numbered in all chapters. 14.Electronic underlines are observed for no spacing after point number, double spacing or no spacing, check them & correct mistakes. 15.British & American English should not be mixed, for e.g. paragraphing, language etc. Use Indian English for the spell check. 16.Give the Index page, Table index & Graph/Chart index with correct numbers 17.Craterisation can be - I Introduction, II Review of Literature, III Company Profile, IV Methodology, V Analysis & Interpretation, VI Findings, VII Suggestions & Conclusion. 18.Give Title page without number before each Chapter. 19.In the beginning of analysis & interpretation give a page introduction & then use one common table to represent complete demographic profile. Explanation of Demographic Profile is not necessary & if explained it should not follow more than a page. 20.Page no should be displayed at the right hand bottom of the footer. 21.Give the proper name of the Organisation & use the constant name in entire book. 22.If full-stop is given after initials, follow the same pattern for entire book. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 2 of 115
  3. 3. Dual role of Women Employees 23.If you highlight page no in the Bibliography for books referred, then it has to be highlighted to all books & if it is highlighted to Journals only, do so for all Journals. 24.“Knowing Personal profile” is not the objective of the study, it only helps to analyse data with personal characteristics. 25.Do not show personal profile as your findings, unless it is important for independent analysis. 26.Give clear titles, for e.g. “Trainers knowledge based on Age” has to be “Age wise Opinion about Trainers knowledge”. 27. Give the complete extension for the web site referred, i.e. 28.Avoid giving dark colour background & dark colour interpretation representations, when you print in black & white the difference cannot be easily noted, for e.g. maroon & blue look the same. 29.Don’t print all the copies simultaneously, instead print one & after the corrections from the guide, check the mistakes & get it corrected by classmates. Then print the required copies. All the best MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 3 of 115
  4. 4. Dual role of Women Employees METHODOLOGY Methodology is an important requirement for any systematic study. The basic concept of any research is to bring out factors with accuracy and clarity. Research methodology is a way to systematically solve the research problem. When we talk of research methodology, we not only talk of research methods, but also consider the logic behind the methods we use in the context of our research study and explain why we are using a particular methods or techniques. This chapter attempt to explain the methodology or research design followed in this research work. I. Title of the study: The study entitled as “A Study on Dual role of Women Employees of class III workers with special reference to XYZ, Mangalore.” II. Motivation for the study: Whenever the researcher comes across with working women they always have some problems to balance with their work life and personal life, through this study researcher wants to help those women to eliminating or reducing stress and contribute to better organizational climate. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 4 of 115
  5. 5. Dual role of Women Employees III. Scope of the study: This study is limited to employees of XYZ, Mangalore assessing the management of dual role of women employees. In partial point of view, the study would be utilized to invoke further research. IV. Aim and Objectives of the study: 1) To examine the problems faced by the women employees. 2) To analyze how the problems affect work life as well as family life of women employees. 3) To study the coping strategies that they use to balance their professional and family life. 4) To find out the impact of dual role on career development. V. Proposed Research Design: Research design selected for this study was descriptive and diagnostic in nature, because the practices are already existing and to study the dual role of management women employees in XYZ. The descriptive research design helped the researcher to get detailed study of dual role management of women employees. VI. Universe of the study: The geographical universe of the study was restricted to class III women employees of XYZ. Universe is the total population that has to be studied. There are 1247 employees presently working in XYZ, in that 347 are women employees. Among them researcher selected only 50 respondents for this study. The researcher believes that this is the good representative of the universe. VII. Sampling: Sampling means smaller representative of the larger one. The researcher has taken 50 married women employees as sample for data collection by using simple random sampling method. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 5 of 115
  6. 6. Dual role of Women Employees VIII. Tools of data collection: The main tool used by the researcher is a structured questionnaire. The data and information collected through two source namely primary and secondary sources. A. Primary data : The researcher collected primary data through questionnaire method. The researcher collected responses from 50 employees belonging to various department of NMPT. B. Secondary data: The secondary data was collected through official records, journals, website and company profile referring some standard books. IX. a) Ethical Consideration: The researcher had explained the study purpose and objective of the research to the respondents. b) Confidentiality was maintained, the data which collected was used only for the study purpose. X. Data Processing and analysis: After successful completion of data collection, the investigator followed steps are as follows. a) Editing: a. It is the procedure of checking the reliability of the data collected. It is to make data error free. b) Coding: MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 6 of 115
  7. 7. Dual role of Women Employees a. Here categories of data are transformed into symbols that may be tabulated and counted. The researcher prepared a detailed code book with the help of which she completed further comprehensive steps. c) Tabulation: With the aid of tables and diagrams or charts, the researcher systematically analyzed interpreted and finally prepared thesis. XI. XII. Chapter schemes: ...... Limitations of the study: ...... ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION Analysis and interpretation is a prominent step in research, it helps the researcher to present the collected data into logical and sequential manner, which helps in easy understanding. Thus, in the research process involves breaking down existing complex factors into simple parts and putting the part together in new arrangement for the purpose of interpretation. Thus, the goal of analysis is to summarize the data in such a way that they provide answer to the questions that the researcher interprets. Analysis is a means, by which the researcher tries to represent the curiosity and questions aroused generally, for the purpose of better understanding and clarity on the subject which is studied. Interpretation is dominant to represent the research for broader means of research findings, through representation the meaning and implementation become clear. Analysis is not complete method of interpretation and interpretation cannot proceed without analysis systematically, so as to arrive at the findings through interpretation. These are two methods to analyses collected data one method is through graphical figure representation and the other through table. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 7 of 115
  8. 8. Dual role of Women Employees PERSONAL PROFILE OF THE RESPONDENTS: VARIABLES AGE EDUCATION MARITAL STATUS DEPARTMENT YEARS OF EXPERIENCE MONTHLY INCOME TYPE OF FAMILY PARTICULARS 18-25 years 26-35 years 36-50 years Above 50 years TOTAL PUC Diploma Graduation Any other, specify TOTAL Married Unmarried Widow Divorcee TOTAL Technical Non Technical TOTAL WORK 0-5 years 6-10 years 11-15 years 16-20 years 21 and above TOTAL Below 20000 20001-30000 30001-40000 Above 40000 TOTAL Joint family MSW, ABC University, Mangalore NO.OF RESPONDENTS 7 27 16 50 19 1 30 50 49 1 50 27 23 50 6 15 13 16 50 2 22 10 16 50 23 PERCENTAGE 14% 54% 32% 100% 38% 2% 60% 100% 98% 2% 100% 54% 46% 100% 12% 30% 26% 32% 100% 4% 44% 20% 32% 100% 46% Page 8 of 115
  9. 9. Dual role of Women Employees Nuclear family Extended family TOTAL 27 50 54% 100% TOTAL HOURS SPEND IN TRAVEL FOR WORKPLACE C: 5.01 The above diagram shows that vast majority of respondents spend more than one hour for travelling whereas 46% of respondents spend less than one hour for travelling to work place. It can be interpreted that majority of respondents are provided travelling facilities by the company. DIFFICULTIES WHILE TRAVELLING TO WORK PLACE MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 9 of 115
  10. 10. Dual role of Women Employees C: 5.02 The above chart indicates that majority of respondents do not face difficulties while travelling to work place and very few of respondents are facing problems while travelling to work place. DIFFICULTIES WHILE TRAVELLING TO WORK PLACE BASED ON AGE OF THE RESPONDENT Age 18-25 years 26-35 years 36-50 years Above 50 Response Yes No 8(30%) 6(37%) 7(100%) 19(70%) 10(63%) years T: 5.01 It can be interpreted that majority of respondents whose age group is between 26-35 years do not face any difficulties while travelling to work place. It is evident from the above analysis that there are travelling facilities given to the employees which help them to travel safely. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 10 of 115
  11. 11. Dual role of Women Employees SYMPTOMS EXPERIENCED AS DUE TO STRESS C: 5.03 It can be analyzed that vast majority of respondents have experienced frequent cold and headache and sprains and strains which is associated with women. Some of the respondents experienced backaches. GENDER DISCRIMINATION PRACTICED AT WORKPLACE MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 11 of 115
  12. 12. Dual role of Women Employees The following chart indicates that majority 90% of respondents opine that there is no gender discrimination at work place whereas only 10% of the respondents opine that sometimes there is gender discrimination at work place. C: 5.04 DEPARTMENTWISE OPINION ON GENDER DISCRIMINATION PRACTICED AT WORK PLACE Responses Yes No Department Technical Non technical - Sometimes 23(85%) 4(15%) 22(96%) 1(4%) T: 5.03 MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 12 of 115
  13. 13. Dual role of Women Employees The above table reveals that vast majority of non technical respondents said there is no gender discrimination at work place IN-LAWS SUPPORTIVE IN THE FAMILY C: 5.12 MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 13 of 115
  14. 14. Dual role of Women Employees The above chart shows that 40% of the respondents opine that their in-laws are very much supportive in the family. 30% of the respondents opine that their in-laws are supportive whereas 18% of the respondents opine that their in-laws are sometimes supportive in the family and remaining 12% opine that their in-laws are not supportive in the family. IN-LAWS SUPPORTIVE IN THE FAMILY BASED ON THE TYPE OF FAMILY Type of Response Very Yes Sometimes No Joint much 8(35%) 8(35%) 5(22%) 2(8%) family Nuclear 12(44%) 7(26%) 5(19%) 3(11%) - - family family Extended - - family T: 5.03 It is clear from the above table that respondents belongs to joint family are not getting very much support in the family as compared to nuclear family and very few of respondents opine that their in-laws are not supportive in the organization. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 14 of 115
  15. 15. Dual role of Women Employees ……. This is a model…. Show personal profile in single table; do not leave pages empty, as observed, more than analysis can be viewed in single page FINDINGS This chapter gives the major findings of the study. This section is the summary of the data analyzed and presented in the previous chapter. I. II. Majority of respondents spend more than one hour for traveling to work place. Majority 62% respondents are not facing any difficulties while travelling to work place. III. Majority 60% of respondents are experienced symptoms as a result of dual role. IV. 90% of respondents agreed there is no gender discrimination at their work place. V. Majority 72% of respondents said that organization inform on health care to tackle with health effects. VI. 100% of respondents are opined they have good working relationship with the supervisor. VII. Majority 62% of respondents agreed that their dual role hinder with family or child care responsibility. VIII. IX. A vast majority of respondents’ family never complain about work. Majority of respondents are contacted readily in case of family emergencies. ……..Likewise give findings for entire study made…. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 15 of 115
  16. 16. Dual role of Women Employees SUGGESTIONS a. Management need to take step to recognize and value women employees with dual role. Performance and rewards are the two sides of the same coin. They act as positive strokes that can do wonders with employee’s motivation and performance. b. There is a need of better sharing of domestic responsibilities between men and women; and the development or strengthening of childcare facilities near the working place or home. c. it is necessary to provide more recreational facilities to the women employees so that they can come out from conflict. d. Women employees must be motivated to utilize their ability and experience independently. e. There is need to active working women cell in the organization which will help to increase the women employees’ participation. f. Women employees should be appraised for the betterment of work will act as motivating factors. g. Women employees may be motivated to accept the higher position and challenges. h. Organization should implement training programs for women employees so that they can sharper their skill. i. The company should have an efficient suggestion and complaint box scheme. • …. Give as many as needed…. CONCLUSION Women are coming out of the four walls of their homes in search of economic gain and fulfillment of their personal desire. As a result, a significant change has been MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 16 of 115
  17. 17. Dual role of Women Employees noticed in the attitude of men and women towards women’s education and employment. More and more women have become conscious of their talents and the prospects of making positive contribution to the society. Today many urban women, whether married or not, are coming out to gain-full employment. By stepping outside to work, women have broken the traditional notion of remaining with the four walls of the house. The cultural assumption that the woman’s place is her home and her calling to serve the interests of her family plays a decisive role in binding women to housework. Several women face a lot of problems in balancing the two roles. The problem most commonly experienced is that of work-overload leading to straining of physical and emotional resources. The second most problems are that the division of domestic labor continues to be based on gender identity and traditional conceptions. Thus women continue to bear the burden of performing crucial domestic chores, despite their employment status. Empowerment of women for organizational effectiveness needs to be seen as a process, which has two phases to be taken care off- the individual phase and the collective phase. Effective career strategies need to be developed by the organizations at the various points of time. Their career development plans need to be worked out, keeping their social obligations in view. This would increase the organizational effectiveness as well as retain the health of the family, as well as that of the society and in turn would help the organizations themselves… Make it one page atleast… BIBLIOGRAPHY BOOKS • H.L.Kila,2005,Women,work and family, Prem Rawant for Rawat Publication, Satyam Apts, sector 3, Jawahar nagar Jaipur 302004. • Cary, L.Cooper ad Marylin, J.Davidson(1984),Women in management, Heinemann,London. • Amiteshwar Ratra, 2006, Working and Non-working women, Krishna Mittal for Mittal Publication, A-110, Mohan Garden New Delhi-110059. MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 17 of 115
  18. 18. Dual role of Women Employees • Myrdal, A. and Klein, V.1968, Women’s Two Roles- Home and Work, London: Rutledge and Kegan Paul Ltd. • Wiersma, U. 1994, “A taxonomy of behavioral strategies for coping with work- home conflict”, Human Relations, Vol. 47, pp. 211-221. • Walker,L.O. and Best, M.A. 1991, “Well-being of mothers with infant children, a preliminary comparison of employed women and home workers”, Women Health, Vol. 17, No.1, pp. 71-89. …. Give at least 10 book references… JOURNALS • Role conflict of Women workers in Industry, Social Work Journal Vol-1 No.2 December 2010, pg 130-142. • Hemalata P. & Suryanarayana M. (1983) Married Working Women: A study on their role interaction: The Indian Journal of social work, pg 153156. WEBSITE 1) www.amozon-com/professional-women-dual-role 2) MSW, ABC University, Mangalore Page 18 of 115