Project Report on Quality of Work Life

7622 Words Apr 24th, 2011 31 Pages
A STUDY ON “QUALITY OF WORK LIFE” AT LUCAS- TVS,
PADI
TABLE OF CONTENT
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List of Tables
List of Charts
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Company Profile
1.2 Review of literature
1.3 Objective of the study
1.4 Scope of the study
1.5 Limitation of the study
2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2.1 Research Design
2.2 Sampling Technique
2.3 Sample Size
2.4 Data Collection Method
2.5 Tools used for analysis
3 RESULT AND INTERPRETATION
3.1 Data analysis and Interpretation
3.2 Findings
3.3 Suggestions
3.4 Conclusion
BIBILIOGRAPHY
ANNEXURE
ABSTRACT
The research is on the basis of A STUDY ON “QUALITY OF WORK LIFE” AT
LUCAS-TVS, PADI. Due to changes in technology and to meet various demands of the employees and to withstand the place in the Global
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Various programs like flex time, alternative work schedules, compressed work weeks, telecommuting etc., are being adopted by these organizations. Technological advances further help organizations to implement these programs successfully. Organizations are enjoying the fruits of implementing
QWL programs in the form of increased productivity, and an efficient, satisfied, and committed workforce which aims to achieve organizational objectives. The future work world will also have more women entrepreneurs and they will encourage and adopt QWL programs.
Quality of Working Life is a term that had been used to describe the broader job-related experience an individual has.
Whilst there has, for many years, been much research into job satisfaction (1), and, more recently, an interest has arisen into the broader concepts of stress and subjective well-being (2), the precise nature of the relationship between these concepts has still been little explored. Stress at work is often considered in isolation, wherein it is assessed on the basis that attention to an individual’s stress management skills or the sources of stress will prove to provide a good enough basis for effective intervention. Alternatively, job satisfaction may be assessed, so that action can be taken which will enhance an individual’s performance. Somewhere in