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  1. 1. 4.1Gender of the respondentsS.no Options No of therespondentspercentage1 Male 31 31%2 Female 69 69%Total 100 100InterpretationThe above table indicates that 31% of the respondents are male and 69% of therespondents are female.0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%Male female31%69%NooftherespondentsGendergender of the respondents
  2. 2. 4.1.2 Age of the respondentsS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 20-30 69 69%2 30-40 16 16%3 40-50 13 13%4 Above 50 2 2%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 69% of the respondents are belongs to 20-30 Age group and 16% ofthe respondents are belongs to 30-40 age group and 13% of the respondents are belongs to 40-50 age group and 2% of the respondents are belongs to more than 50 age group.69%16% 13% 2%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%20-30 30-40 40-50 Above 50NooftherespondentsAgeAge of the respondents
  3. 3. 4.1.3Experience of the respondentsS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 1-5 years 63 62%2 5-10years 20 21%3 10-15 years 11 10%4 Above 15years 6 6%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 63% of the respondents have 1-5years of experience and 20%of therespondents have 5-10 years of experience and 11% of the respondents have 10-15 years ofexperience and 6% of the respondents have above 15years of experience.63%20%11% 6%0102030405060701-5 years 5-10years 10-15 years Above 15yearsNooftherespondentsExperience
  4. 4. 4.1.4Table showing the satisfied with your position at your departmentS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Satisfied 81 81%2 Dissatisfied 9 9%3 Minimalsatisfaction2 2%TOTAL 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 81% of the respondents said that they are satisfied with their positionat their department and 9% of the respondents said that they are dissatisfied with their position attheir department and 2% of the respondents said that they are minimally satisfied with theirposition at their department.81%9% 2%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%Satisfied Dissatisfied Minimal satisfactionNooftherespondentsoptionsposition at your depatment
  5. 5. 4.1.5Table showing the feel sufficient and appropriate on-the- job performance.S.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Always 45 45%2 Never 12 12%3 Some times 26 26%4 Neutral 15 15%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 45% of the respondents feel that they always receive sufficient andappropriate on-the-job performance and recognition and 12% of the respondents feel that theynever receive sufficient and appropriate on-the-job performance and recognition and 26% of therespondents feels that sometimes they receive sufficient and appropriate on-the-job performanceand recognition and 15% the respondents feel neutral.45%12%26%15%0%5%10%15%20%25%30%35%40%45%50%Always Never Some times NeutralNooftherespondentsoptionsAppropriate job performance
  6. 6. 4.16 Table showing the motivated assist department in meeting objectivesS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Motivated 75 75%2 Not motivated 12 12%3 Some what motivated 13 13%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 75% of the respondents said that they were motivated to assist theirdepartment in meeting objectives and 12% the respondents said that they were not motivated toassist their department in meeting its objectives and 13% of the respondents said that they weresomewhat motivated to assist their department in meeting its objectives.75%12% 13%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%Motivated Not motivated Some what motivatedNooftherespondentsoptionsDepartment meeting its objectives
  7. 7. 4.1.7 Table showing the reasons for staying present jobs.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Challenging jobassignment11 11%2 Salary/benefits/stability33 33%3 Interesting work 37 37%4 Good boss 9 9%5 Workassignments varytraining4 4%6 Location isconvenient5 5%7 Others 1 1%Total 100 100InterpretationThe Table shows that 11% of the respondents stay in their job because of the challengingassignment of their job. 33% of the respondents stay in their job because of the salary. 37% ofthe respondents stay in their job because of their interest in that job. 9% of the respondents stayin their job because they thought they had good boss. 4% of the respondents stay in their jobbecause of the job assignments. 5% of the respondents stay in their job because of the location.1% of the respondents stay in their job with other reasons.1133 379 4 5 10510152025303540Nooftherespondentsoptions
  8. 8. 4.18Table showing the rate current workloadS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Adequate 91 91%2 Inadequate 9 9%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 91% of the respondents have adequate rate of current work load and9% of the have inadequate rate of current workload.91%9%0102030405060708090100Adequate InadequateNooftherespondentsworkloadRate of current work load
  9. 9. 4.19 Table showing the health benefits compare to the health benefits offered other companiesS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Betters 81 81%2 Similar 11 11%3 Worse 5 5%4 N/A 3 3%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table above shows 81% of the respondents said that their company provides betterhealth benefits than other companies. 11% of the respondents said that their company providessimilar health benefits like other companies. 5% of the respondents said that their companyprovides worse health benefits compared to other companies. 3% of the respondents stay neutral.81%11% 5% 3%020406080100Betters Similar Worse N/ANooftherespondentsHealth benefitsHealth benefits offered othercompanies
  10. 10. 4.1.10 Table showing the encouraged within my departmentS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Strongly Disagree 5 5%2 Somewhatdissatisfied10 10%3 Neutral 24 24%4 Somewhat agree 14 14%5 Strongly agree 47 47%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows 5% of the respondents strongly disagree with the team work encouragementwithin the department. 10% of the respondents somewhat disagree with the team work encouragementwithin the department. 24% of the respondents respond with neutral. 14% of the respondents somewhatagree with the team work encouragement within the department. 47% of the respondents strongly agreewith the team work encouragement within the department.5% 10%24%14%47%01020304050StronglyDisagreeSome whatdissatisfiedNeutral Some whatagreeStrongly agreeNooftherespondentsTeam workTeam work encouraged with in mydepartment
  11. 11. 4.1.11 Table showing the encouraged with other departments.S.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Strongly Disagree 9 9%2 Somewhatdissatisfied7 7%3 Neutral 26 26%4 Somewhat agree 17 17%5 Strongly agree 41 41%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows 9% of the respondents strongly agree with the team work encouragementwith the other department. 7% of the respondents somewhat disagree with the team workencouragement with the other department. 26% of the respondents stay neutral. 17% of therespondents somewhat agree with the team work encouragement with the other department. 41%of the respondents strongly agree with the team work encouragement with the other department9% 7%26%17%41%051015202530354045StronglyDisagreeSome whatdissatisfiedNeutral Some whatagreeStrongly agreeNooftherespondentsteam workTeam work encouages otherdepartment
  12. 12. 4.1.12Table showing the held accountable for the decision they madeS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Strongly Disagree 6 6%2 SomewhatDissatisfied3 3%3 Neutral 35 35%4 Somewhat agree 17 17%5 Strongly agree 41 41%total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows 6% of the respondents strongly disagree that the team members are heldaccountable for the decisions they make. 5% of the respondents somewhat disagree that the teammembers are held accountable for the decisions they make. 35% of the respondents stay neutral. 17% ofthe respondents somewhat agree that the team members are held accountable for the decisions they make.41% of the respondents strongly agree that the team members are held accountable for the decisions theymake.6% 3%35%17%41%051015202530354045StronglyDisagreeSome whatDissatisfiedNeutral Some whatagreeStrongly agreeNooftherespondentsDecision makingAccounting for decision making
  13. 13. 4.1.13Table showing the work assignments are distributed fairlyS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Strongly Disagree 7 7%2 Somewhatdissatisfied5 5%3 Neutral 30 30%4 Somewhat agree 14 14%5 Strongly agree 44 44%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table above indicates 44% of the respondents strongly agree that the work assignmentsare distributed fairly. 30% of the respondents stay neutral. 14% of the respondents somewhatagree that the work assignments are distributed fairly. 7% of the respondents strongly disagreethat the work assignments are distributed fairly. 5% of the respondent somewhat disagree that thework assignments are distributed fairly.7% 5%30%14%44%05101520253035404550StronglyDisagreeSome whatdissatisfiedNeutral Some whatagreeStrongly agreeNooftherespondentswork assignmentsWork assignment distribution fairly
  14. 14. 4.1.14Table showing to get opinions and ideas of employeesS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 StronglyDisagree7 7%2 Somewhatdissatisfied8 8%3 Neutral 25 25%4 Somewhat agree 27 27%5 Strongly agree 33 33%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 33% of the respondents strongly agree that sufficient effort is madeto get the opinions and ideas of the employees. 27% of the respondents somewhat agree thatsufficient effort is made to get the opinions and ideas of the employees. 25% of the respondentsstay neutral. 8% of the respondents somewhat disagree that sufficient effort is made to get theopinions and ideas of the employees. 7% of the respondents strongly disagree that sufficienteffort is made to get the opinions and ideas of the employees.7% 8%25%27%33%05101520253035StronglyDisagreeSome whatdissatisfiedNeutral Some whatagreeStrongly agreeNooftherespondentzopinionsopinions and ideas of the employees
  15. 15. 4.1.15Table showing good alignment between my department and others with whom I need toCo-ordinateS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 StronglyDisagree3 3%2 Somewhatdissatisfied3 3%3 Neutral 30 30%4 Somewhatagree26 26%5 Strongly agree 38 38%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 38% of the respondents strongly agreethat there is good alignment between the department and others who are related to thedepartment. 30% of the respondents stay neutral. 26% of the respondents somewhat agree thatthere is good alignment between the department and others who are related to the department.3% of the respondents strongly disagree that there is good alignment between the department andothers who are related to the department. 3% of the respondents somewhat disagree that there isgood alignment between the department and others who are related to the department010203040StronglyDisagreeSome whatdissatisfiedNeutral Some whatagreeStronglyagree3% 3%30% 26%38%NooftherespondentsAlingmentAlingnment between my department andothers
  16. 16. 4.1.16Table showing the factors affect level of motivation towards workS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Praise andacknowledgement19 19%2 Job security 22 22%3 Public recognition 49 9%4 Monetary benefits 8 8%Total 100 100InterpretationThe above table shows that 49% of the respondents say that job security affects the level ofmotivation towards work. 22% of the respondents say that job security affects the level of motivationtowards work. 19% of the respondents say that praise and acknowledgment affects the level of motivationtowards work. 8% of the respondents say that monetary benefits affect the level of motivation towards thework.19% 22%49%8%0102030405060NooftherespondentsFactorsFactors affecting level of motivation
  17. 17. 4.1.17 Table showing the factors de-motivate in doing your work.S.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 No opportunities forlearning advancement13 13%2 Boredom 6 6%3 Poor working conditions 9 9%4 Lack of skills needed forthe job28 28%5 Others 45 45%Total 100 100InterpretationThe above table shows that 45% of the respondents say that other factors demotivate them indoing their work. 28% of the respondents say that lack of skills needed for the job demotivate them indoing their work. 13% of the respondents say that no opportunities for learning advancement demotivatethem in doing their work. 9% stay neutral.6 % of the respondents say that boredom demotivate them indoing their work.13% 6% 9%28%45%01020304050Noopportunitiesfor learningadvancementBoredom Poor workingconditionsLack of skillsneeded forthe jobOthersNooftherespondentsDe-motivateDe-motivate the work
  18. 18. 4.1.18 Table showing level of satisfaction in your workS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 More than satisfied 23 23%2 Satisfied 74 74%3 Not satisfied 3 3%Total 100 100InterpretationThe above table shows that78% of the respondents says that they are satisfied with their work.23% of the respondents say that they are more than satisfied with their work. 3% of the respondents saythat they are dissatisfied with the work.23%74%3%01020304050607080More then satisfied Satisfied Not satistifedNooftherespondentsMotivationLevel of satisfaction at your work
  19. 19. 4.1.19Table showing things that best in your work placeS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 People and workenvironment25 25%2 Challenging andexciting job22 22%3 Flexibility 44 44%4 Salary 9 9%Total 100 100InterpretationThe above table shows that 44% of the respondents say that flexibility is the best things in theirworkplace. 25% of the respondents say that people and work environment is the best thing in theirworkplace. 22% of the respondents say that challenging and exciting job is the best thing in theirworkplace. 9% of the respondents say that salary is the best thing in their work place25% 22%44%9%05101520253035404550People and workenvironmentChallenging andexciting jobFlexibility SalaryNooftherespondentswork placeBest in your work place
  20. 20. 4.1.20Table showing level of satisfaction with the working culture of the organizationS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Highlysatisfied12 12%2 Satisfied 74 74%3 Average 11 11%4 Dissatisfied 3 3%5 HighlyDissatisfied6 6%Total 100 100InterpretationThe above table shows that 74% of the respondents satisfied with the working culture of theorganization. 12% of the respondents highly satisfied with the working culture of the organization. 11%of the respondents averagely satisfied with the working culture of the organization. 3% of the respondentsare dissatisfied with working culture of the organization. 6% of the respondents are highly dissatisfiedwith working culture of the organization12%74%11% 3% 6%01020304050607080HighlysatisfiedSatisfied Average Dissatisfied HighlyDissatisfiedNooftherespondentscultureCulture on the organization
  21. 21. 4.1.21 Table showing the top management is interested in motivating the employeesS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Strongly agree 10 10%2 Agree 74 74%3 Neutral 11 11%4 Disagree 3 3%5 Strongly disagree 2 2%Total 100 100InterpretationThe table shows that 74% of the respondents agree that management is interested inmotivating the employees , 11% of the respondents are Neutral that management is interested inmotivating the employees, 10% of the respondents are strongly agree that management isinterested in motivating the employees, 3% of the respondents are disagree that management isinterested in motivating the employees, 2% of the respondents are strongly disagree thatmanagement is interested in motivating the employees.020406080StronglyagreeAgree Neutral Disagree Stronglydisagree10%74%11% 3% 2%Nooftherespondentsmanagement interested in the employeesmangement interested in theemployees
  22. 22. 4.1.22Table showing the kind of facilities provided by the organizationS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Residential Facility 11 11%2 Canteen facility 20 20%3 School children facility 19 19%4 All of the above 50 50%Total 100 100InterpretationThe tables showing that respondent’s opinion about kind of the facilities are provided bythe all of the above and canteen facility is 20% and school children facility is19% and residentialfacility is 11%.01020304050ResidentialFacilityCanteenfacilitySchoolchildrenfacilityAll of theabove11%20% 19%50%NooftherespondentsFacilitieskind of facilities
  23. 23. 4.1.23Table showing the satisfied with the working environmentS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Highly satisfied 14 14%2 Satisfied 80 80%3 Can’t say 5 5%4 Dissatisfied 1 1%Total 100 100InterpretationFrom the above table there are 80 % of the feels satisfied, 14% of the respondents feelshighly satisfied, 5% of the respondents feels can’t say and 1% of the respondents dissatisfiedwith the working environment of the organization.14%80%5% 1%020406080100Highly satisfied Satisfied Can’t say DissatisfiedNooftherespondentsworking environrmentsatisfied with the workingenvironment
  24. 24. 4.1.24Table showing the management to improve work efficiencyS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Highly satisfied 11 11%2 Satisfied 80 80%3 Can’t say 3 3%4 Dissatisfied 6 6%Total 100 100InterpretationFrom the table we can found that there are 80% of the respondents feel satisfied, 11% ofthe respondents feel highly satisfied, 6% of the respondents feel dissatisfied, 3% of therespondents can’t say with expect from management to improve work efficiency.01020304050607080HighlysatisfiedSatisfied Can’t say Dissatisfied11%80%3% 6%Nooftherespondentswork efficiencyTo impreove work efficiency
  25. 25. 4.1.25Table showing the management involves you in decision making in your departmentS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 Highly satisfied 11 11%2 Satisfied 80 80%3 Can’t say 3 3%4 Dissatisfied 6 6%Total 100 100InterpretationFrom the table we can found that there are 80% of the respondents feel satisfied, 11% ofthe respondents feel highly satisfied, 6% of the respondents feel dissatisfied, 3% of therespondents can’t say with expect from management to improve work efficiency.01020304050607080HighlysatisfiedSatisfied Can’t say Dissatisfied11%80%3% 6%Nooftherespondentswork efficiencyTo impreove work efficiency
  26. 26. 4.1.26 Table showing holidays provided to you in a yearS.no Options No of therespondentsPercentage1 0-10 58 58%2 10-20 33 33%3 20-30 5 5%4 30-40 4 4%Total 100 100InterpretationFrom the above the table showing respondent’s opinion about holidays provided 0-10 is58% and 10-20 is 33% and 20-30 is 5% and 30 -40 is 4%58%33%5% 4%0102030405060700-10 15-20 20-25 Above 30Nooftherespondentsholidays

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