Research Paper | Management | India | Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014
A Study on Quality of Women Employees in Medical Transcription
K. Padminii, Dr. D. Venkatramaraju, Dr G Brindha
Tele means distance. The term teleport means distant place of working. In practice, however, it refers to a specific mode of distant working, whereby employees offer their services, using telemetric, on a site which is geographically separated from the main office. Telemetries refers to a combination of information and technologies which connect the employees with computer network by teleport to the main employing organization. In the language of the emerging information society, teleporting involves working from distant premises on-line. Now a days communication process is cheap, easy, fast as well as effective. Yet, with the current ratio of 40 per cent or more of services being delivered on-site, most Indian companies have a long way to go to move up the value chain. In promoting home-based work, which allow companies to use certain categories of employees effectively and profitably The rapid spread of information technology combined with the deregulation and upgrading of telecommunications in virtually all countries has given considerable impetus to outsourcing or delocalization of work. This is happening within and across national boundaries and has been described as teleporting, taking different forms. The development of teleporting represents a convergence between a number of different trends and many of which have major implications for environmental, social and economic policy. How industry, the governments, the policy-makers respond to these changes will seriously impact on the future of the economy, on the employment possibilities as well as the quality of work-life of people especially women employees in the same field.
Keywords: Quality, Women, Work life, Employee & Medical Transcription
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014
Pages: 596 - 599
How to Cite this Article?
K. Padminii, Dr. D. Venkatramaraju, Dr G Brindha, "A Study on Quality of Women Employees in Medical Transcription", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=OCT14983, Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014, 596 - 599
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