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This study is done under the obligation for the fulfilment of SIP [Summer Internship Program] by KLU Business School, for MBA students during summer, 2013, with the title of the project being ‘Identifying the Roles and Responsibilities of HR in creating a healthy, harmonious, and the best work culture for the employees at workplace in Haailand’.
Work culture is of levels of interaction among organizational factors (boundaries, goals, objective, technology, managerial practices, material and human resources, and the constraints) and organismic factors (skills, knowledge, needs, and expectations) interact among themselves at various levels. Over a period of time they develop roles, norms and values focusing work and is called Work Culture.
This study consists of the aspects which are to be kept in mind while the HR tries to manage a work culture at his organization, different types of work cultures, how the work culture affects the employee behavior and his attitude towards the organization, how a work culture helps develop the organization’s overall growth and progress.
The methodology for my study is a Prescribed Structured Questionnaire with a sample of 16 employees of Haailand, and categorizing the elements of work culture into 5 categories, I have studies their behavior on various aspects of these categories. I could come to understand that the work culture at Haailand is at the best levels, and the efficiency of HR in creating such work culture has been quite remarkable for an organization of such high level of employees and operations.