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Quality of Worklife: A Study of Employees in Thrifty Technologies Pvt Ltd, Tamilnadu, India

Toopalli Sirisha, Y. P Sai Lakshmi

Abstract: The paper aims to study the concept ?Quality of Work-Life? and the role it plays in enhancing the productivity and performance in an organization. It also aims at understanding a wide range of welfare activities to be undertaken in order to improve Quality of Work-Life (QWL) in an organization. The success of any organization is highly dependent on how it attracts recruits, motivates and retains its work force. Organizations are required to adopt a strategy to improve the employees QWL to satisfy organizational objectives and employee needs. This paper studies the effective QWL practices in organizations and their impact on employee performance and the overall organizational performance. The QWL consists of three main components, namely occupational health care, Suitable working time and appropriate salary. The conclusion drawn from the paper is that a better QWL leads to motivation and satisfaction and thereby increases production & performance. It helps in reducing absenteeism, stress & distractions. This study recommended to make the employees aware of the company goals, vision, mission, which will give them a sense of belonging and responsibility to the organization. This study examines Quality of Work Life (QWL) in Tamilnadu, India, terms of how their work lives satisfy eleven fundamental requirements of employees and how the fulfillment of each individual need in their work life.

Keywords: Quality, Work Life, Employee, Job Security, Work Timings

Country: India, Subject Area: Management

Pages: 334 - 339

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019

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Toopalli Sirisha, Y. P Sai Lakshmi, "Quality of Worklife: A Study of Employees in Thrifty Technologies Pvt Ltd, Tamilnadu, India", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR),, Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019, 334 - 339

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