Qwl In Banking Sector Essays and Term Papers

  • Quality of Work Life

    branches of three private and three public sector banks across tricity of Chandigarh, Panchkula & Mohali, namely, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, SBI, Canara Bank & PNB. The first step that the researcher adopted to achieve the purpose of the study was to observe the QWL in the six banks under study. Apart...

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  • Quality of Work Life

    total job environment for people. QWL programs are another way in which organizations recognise their responsibility to develop jobs and working conditions that are excellent for people as well as for economic health of the organization. The elements in a typical QWL program include – open communications...

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  • Quality of Work Life

    workforce and gain their commitment. Thus, organizations are required to retain employees by addressing their work life issues. Quality of Work Life (QWL) is a philosophy, a set of principles, which holds that people are the most important resource in the organization as they are trustworthy, responsible...

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  • Hrm Practices Call Center

    study of the quality of work life for the staff based in two Australian based call centres. One is an ‘in-house’ public sector call centre and the other is an outsourced private sector call centre. Whether the topic is in-house or outsourced the quality of work life is an under-researched area where call...

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  • The Changing Roles of Trade Unions in India: a Case Study of National Thermal Power Corporation (Ntpc), Unchahar

    on plant level trade unions, particularly those of the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Unchahar plant, one of the largest and best Public Sector Undertakings of India. This exploratory study of the different trade unions operational at the Unchahar plant will also highlight their ideologies...

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  • Qulaity of Work Life

    the consumers. Quality refers to an ideal situation where expectations and actual experiences match. QWL is measured by the satisfaction or lack of it by employees in their jobs. The subject of QWL is gaining momentum as employees want a better working environment and firms on the other and want to...

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  • Quality on Work Life

    generation and export. We, therefore, have undertaken this exploratory study on the influence of workers quality of work life (QWL) on job satisfaction and organizational performance. QWL is hypothesized to directly or indirectly influence organizational performance. A questionnaire survey was undertaken within...

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  • Labour Market Context

    government of the 1980s and 1990s sought to curb the power and cost of the BBC by opening it up to competition from the private sector and introducing a range of private sector management practices with the intention of initiating greater financial discipline and accountability. As part of these reforms...

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  • Organization Restructuring

    agreement also states that the program will not interfere with collective bargaining issues. • Objectives. QWL have three objectives: union, management, and joint objectives. • Training. QWL focuses on general training for all employees involved in the project. 4. Job Enrichment. This approach...

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  • Library

    theoretical and empirical development of the variables and their assessment. 2.1.1 Quality of Work Life (QWL) 2.1.1.1 The Concept Explained To have a good understanding of the concept “Quality of Work Life” (QWL), one must look into the evolutionary stages of the concept. Even if the expression of “Quality...

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  • Hrm(Human Resource Management)

    way as the leadership training and development would bring down the attrition rate in the companies. Infosys is one such company which benefited by banking on the concept to a large extent. Infosys has also established a leadership institute exclusively for grooming its employees as future leaders. The...

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  • Human Resource Accounting

    prevalence of bureaucratic controls, oppressive supervision, poor working conditions etc. will affect the quality of work life. Quality of Work Life (QWL) Rapid technological advances and their applications in business have resulted in a situation in which employees have started developing the feeling...

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  • Human Resource Management

    ligo@macfast.org Fine tune pay rates and determine wage structure • The pay range is fixed for each grade (officer grade 1,2,3 for example in banking industry). • Wage structure of a company means the pay scale showing ranges of pay within each grade ligo@macfast.org Wages Vs Salary • Wages: ...

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  • Quality of Work Life

    QWL can be defined as "the quality of relationship between employees and the total working environment.” According to J. LIoyd Suttle, (1974) Quality of work life is the degree to which members of a work organization are able to satisfy important personal needs through their experiences in the organization...

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  • Women, Quality of Worklife and Job Satisfaction: the Interrelationship

    quality of our life. Ultimately, quality of work life is bound to become the quality of life. The term QWL refers to the favourableness or unfavourableness of a total job environment for people. QWL is the extent to which workers can satisfy important personal needs through their experiences in the organization...

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  • Od Intervention: Quality Work of Life

    life programs are organization-wide initiatives. Most QWL programs are designed and implemented based on organizational demographics, structure and goals. These programs are designed to impact the organization as a whole. The primary goal of QWL programs is to improve the overall well being of the employee...

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  • Quality of Work-life Strategies

    significance in organizations have been debated and experimented with for decades. Today, most traditional organizations in India in particular view QWL as important, but do not formally link it to any of their strategic or business plans. Alternatively, Quality of work life incentives may be the most...

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  • Management of Change

    has contributed to an explosion in the development of new knowledge and its dissemination with the result of a growth of knowledge intensive service sectors such as education, communications and information. • Deregulation and increasing competition are stimulating change with traditional business...

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  • Quality of Work Life in Health Care

    belongingness, development and external rewards. Quality of work life can be defined as the environment at the work place provided to the people on the job. QWL programs is the another dimension in which employers has the responsibility to provide congenial environment i.e. excellent working conditions where...

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  • Proposal for Quality of Work Life

    LIFE IN MANUFACTURING SECTOR INTRODUCTION Human resources play a very important role in success of an organization and thus, management of human resource assumes importance. Many aspects affect the management of human resources. One such aspect is Quality of Work Life (QWL). It is a philosophy,...

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