Liaison Between Staff Late Sittings and Manager Subordinate Relationship

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LIAISON BETWEEN STAFF LATE SITTINGS AND MANAGER SUBORDINATE RELATIONSHIP

by
ABDUL MOIZ-8272
DILEEP KUMAR-8348
FAWWAZ ANWER-8254
KASHIF REHMAN-9148
MUHAMMAD AMMAR ALAM-8253

A research report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for degree of Bachelor of Business Administration to Iqra University Research Center (IURC) at Iqra Unversity, Main Campus,Karachi.

Karachi, Pakistan
NOVEMBER, 2011

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Firstly, we would like to thank Almighty Allah, who enabled us to accomplish this work. Secondly, we are eternally indebted to our internal advisor Dr. M.I Subhani and Dr. Akif Hassan for all the help, invaluable guidance and generous support throughout our research project. Their professionalism, guidance, energy, humor, thoroughness, dedication and inspirations will always serve to us as an example in our professional life.

ABSTRACT

Staff late sittings and managerial subordinate relationship are two critical issues pertaining to every employee’s career. These issues might seem to be trivial ones yet they cast deep impressions in image building of an employee. This study investigates the relationship between managerial handling of staff late sittings and manager subordinate relationship. The research started of from formulating the hypothesis as H1 = there is a relationship between staff late sittings and manager subordinate relationship. The survey method was used for this research; it was conducted through the development of a questionnaire. The data collection was done by approaching managers, supervisors and subordinates belonging to various workplaces with different environment. The final sample size of the research was 200. The results showed that there is no relation between working long hours and manager subordinate relationship. The results imply that the strengthening of managerial subordinate relationship is not directly proportional to working for late hours, unlike the traditional mindset among the people.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

|S.No. |Description |Page Number | |1. |ACKNOWLEDGEMENT…………………………………………… |ii | |2. |ABSTRACT…………………………………………………………. |iii | |3. |LIST OF TABLES…………………………………………………… |v | |4. |LIST OF FIGURES………………………………………………….. |vi  | |5. |CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION………………………………… |1 | |  | |  | |  |1.1 Overview……………………………………………………….. |1 | |  |1.2 Problem Statement ………………………………………………. |3 | |  |1.3 Hypotheses………………………………………………………. |4 | |  |1.4 Outline of the Study……………………………………………… |4 | |  |  |  | |6. |CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW…………………………… |5 | | | |  | |7. |CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODS………………………...
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