Employee Morale Project

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1.1 INTRODUCTION In every organization, people are working within a suitable environment of attitudes. Each employee has attitudes that range over the entire spectrum of human behavior. All managers have a constant concern for the morale of the group, which they lead. However, considerable confusion prevails over the use of the term morale because of variation in defining characteristics of the term.
In certain cases job satisfaction and morale is considered as individual concern; in other cases job satisfaction is considered as individual phenomenon and morale as group phenomenon. From one point of view, morale may be regarded essentially an individual matter. It’s described in terms of the feelings of an employee or
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Almost 33 % of its knitwear production and about 20% of its woven-garment production, both by volume, enters export markets. Overall about 25 % of the volume of its garment production goes into export markets, leaving 75 % for domestic consumption.
The Industry covers over one lakh units and employs about 6 million workers, both directly and indirectly in almost equal proportion. The indirect portion helps to sustain the direct production sector in the shape of items associated with the garment industry production including sewing/embroidery thread, buttons, buckles, zippers, metal plates, cardboard sheets, plastic butterflies and packaging material.
Organized sector of the garment industry is roughly 20% of the total industry, concentrating chiefly on exports. These are usually limited Companies while the rest are proprietary or partnership Companies. Geographically, men's garments are largely produced in western and southern India while production of ladies garments predominates in North India. Eastern section of India specializes in children garments where in fact, these took their birth.
Fiber-wise, 80% of the production is of cotton garments, 15% of synthetic/mixed garments and the rest of silk and wool garments. The industry manufactures over a 100 different types of garments for men, women and children. These includes overcoats/raincoats, suits, ensembles, jackets, dresses, skirts, trousers, shirts, blouses,
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