A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CREATING A HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT AND HR INITIATIVES WITH REFERENCE TWO LARGE SCALE INDUSTRIAL UNITS OF VISAKHAPATNAM
EPRA international journal of multidisciplinary research
This culture enables all employees to use their initiative, take risk, experiments, innovate and un-grade their potentialities to meet the existing and future challenges in short and long term perspectives. In this connection working conditions of employees within organization play a vital role for enhancing the economic productivity of an organization. At the national level, the dimension of HRD needs to be reviewed periodically and adjustments made according to the change in environment.
... n environment. India has one of the largest reservoirs of human resource in the World, which can combat any problem in the process of development especially at the economic level. The main objective of the study is to assess the levels of the utilization of human resources as well as to determine the functional status of the units. Keeping the above aspects under consideration, the study selected two large scale industrial units Viz., Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. and Coromandel Fertilizers Ltd. For the purpose of the study the data was collected from primary and secondary sources. Primary data was entered using SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) software and STATISTICA. Uni-variate and bi-variate tables were generated and chi-square tests and t-tests were carried out for testing the hypothesis at problem the level itself. The very purpose of this research is to know the opinion of the Employees on working conditions in Petrochemical and Fertilizer industries the effect of the development in industrial organizations and the development of productivity culture in the employees.