The study relate to the level of work-life balance of employees in Traffic Department at Chennai Port Trust.
There is a vital need in order to know the balance level of employees with regard to both their work and family or personal life since they play a major role in the functioning of the organization. If the work-life balance level is high, the functioning of the organization will be in a smooth and proper manner.
In this project, Descriptive Research design is adopted. Descriptive research studies are one which is concerned with describing the characteristics of particular individual or group.
The data which is collected is then undergone a limit of mathematical operations and later tabulated. Graphical tools such as bar chart, pie chart, etc. were adopted. Statistical tools such as Weighted Average and Chi-Square were also adopted. I am very much sure that this research will definitely help Chennai Port Trust in improving their employees’ work-life balance level.
The study reveals that 76% of the employees agree that they balance their overall work-life. About 70% of the employees disagree that they can set up their own performance goals in the organization and suggested that they too be allowed in setting goals in the organization. The suggestions and conclusion have been given finally.
I extend my sincere thanks to Dr A.M. SAKTHIVEL, Head, Department of Management Studies, and Mr. C SUNDAR, Project Coordinator, and Dr. R. Gayathri, Faculty Guide who was helpful and constant source of encouragement and guidance throughout the project. I would also like to express my deep sense of gratitude to my External Guide, Mr. A. P. RADHAKRISHNAN, Director, Centre for Human Resource Development and Secretary in-Charge, CHENNAI PORT TRUST, for granting me the permission and also for his valuable guidance and co-operation. I am also grateful to other employees who helped me with their valuable guidance and co-operation. I am deeply indebted to all the members of the organization for their valuable help and suggestions throughout my project work. I would also like to thank all my friends and well wishers for their kind encouragement, prayers and support.
B. JOHN CLEMENT DANIEL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
|CHAPTER NO |PARTICULARS |PAGE NO | |I |INTRODUCTION | | |1.1 |OUTLINE | | |1.1.1 |NEED/IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY | | |1.1.2 |SCOPE OF THE STUDY | | |1.1.3 |PROBLEM DEFINITION | | |1.1.3 |OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY | | |1.1.4 |RESEARCH METHODOLOGY | | |1.1.5 |LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY | | |1.1.6 |CHAPTERISATION | | | | | | |1.2 |REVIEW OF LITERATURE...
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