NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies 2020-12-14T07:33:32+00:00 Journal Manager Open Journal Systems Employee Satisfaction toward Training and Development Practices in Pharma PSU 2020-12-14T04:48:45+00:00 Ganesh Radhakrishnan <p><em>Organization to survive in this competitive world has to excel their employees’ competencies </em><em>as well as retain them within the organization. Employee satisfaction and development are </em><em>the two factors which an organization should take care of. Pharma PSU is a public sector </em><em>undertaking in Pune, Maharashtra state. With low-cost maintenance, conservation of energy </em><em>should be maintained in continuous process, which gives hi-tech products keeping in mind </em><em>the total satisfaction of customers. Organization takes care of training and development </em><em>programs to equip their employee to better cope up with the technical demands and dynamic </em><em>environment today, and the company also takes care that the employees are satisfied with the </em><em>training and development practices. This paper seeks to identify the variables of training and </em><em>development practices and the impact of this training and development on employee </em><em>satisfaction. A structured questionnaire was used to collect the primary data, which was </em><em>associated with the help of pilot study and literature review for this paper .The questionnaire </em><em>comprised items, categorized into sections: demographic representation of employees, </em><em>employee satisfaction with organization, training and development, and GHRM </em><em>Global </em><em>Human resource management </em><em>practices. To generate results with the help of SSPS </em><em>Social </em><em>Service Payment System</em><em>, correlation and regression analysis were taken. Employee </em><em>satisfaction has a positive association with training and development which is a helping hand </em><em>in boosting activities both from the organization and employee point of view. </em></p> 2020-12-14T04:48:45+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies Emotional Wellbeing and Its Impact on Work Environment: A Case Study 2020-12-14T05:10:01+00:00 Nidhi Sonar A. R. Kambekar <p><em>In recent past with the changing perspectives about mental health, it has been seen that the </em><em>emotional health of executives and entrepreneurs is often overlooked in the industries. It is </em><em>expected to be realized that the human resources are also vulnerable to emotional </em><em>breakdowns like others in the society. This study aims to throw some light on this issue and </em><em>perhaps tries to provide plausible solutions to improve the emotional well-being of the </em><em>supervisors and administrative staff from diverse professional backgrounds. Emotional </em><em>health being an integral part of one's personality, its implications on work performance are </em><em>also noted. A sample population of executives from public as well as private sector, aged </em><em>between 35 and 60 years with a work experience of at least 10 years, was selected for the </em><em>case study. It is anticipated to observe the general mind set and professional relations and </em><em>performance of the population by analyzing their response to certain situations given in the </em><em>survey questionnaire and feasible solutions to tackle with improvement of emotional health of </em><em>the decision makers are desired to be proposed. </em></p> 2020-12-14T05:10:01+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies Employees Affliction in Pharma Sector 2020-12-14T06:43:50+00:00 Ganesh Radhakrishnan <p><em>Pharma professionals are of the opinion that life is getting harsher and harsher as days </em><em>progress. Every project and part of that have occupational stress and other stress which the </em><em>professionals are facing, as every passing moment pass by they are expected to outperform </em><em>with excellence. The management expects high competence level from the professionals </em><em>entitled to task given with fewer resources, and to perform more upon constricted deadlines. </em><em>Work-from-home facility and competitive environmental workplace the professionals find </em><em>entangled. The pools of professionals from the field of Information Technology have entered </em><em>into Pharma industry and the pools of professionals are totally target and need innovative </em><em>ideas to drive the industry. This pressure to excel is mounting day by day and the </em><em>repercussion has its impact on their both professional and personal lives. The causes of </em><em>stress in the Pharma sector professionals and offered some good life habits so that with no </em><em>extra cost an employee can manage his/her work and professional life very well and can lead </em><em>his/her life toward productivity without stress. Long Working Hours and due to complexities </em><em>of the job has increased occupational stress. The professionals of both sexes, whose age is </em><em>above 40 years, are more vulnerable to stress. The pools of professionals who practice stress </em><em>coping activities are easily handling their stress. This paper will help the Pharma sector to </em><em>handle turnover and the professionals to cope up with stress situation.</em></p> 2020-12-14T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies A Study on Financial Performance of BSNL by Using Ratios 2020-12-14T07:10:03+00:00 Kiran Kumar Thoti <p><em>The main objective of the study was to analyze the financial position of the company. It is the </em><em>process of identifying the financial strength and weakness of the firm by properly establishing </em><em>relationship between the item of balance sheet and profit and loss account. The details </em><em>regarding the history and finance details of the bank were collected through discussion with </em><em>the company officers; and the secondary data were based on the annual reports of 2012–2017. </em><em>The various tools used for the study were ratio analysis, funds flow statement and cash </em><em>flow statement and tables were used for better understanding. Through ratio analysis, we </em><em>could understand the profitability, liquidity, leverage, and turnover position of the company. </em><em>The bank is following high debt equity and also the bank followed the credit enjoyed from its </em><em>supplier also for nearly 1 year period of time. On the other hand, cash turnover is also not </em><em>sufficient for the healthy business. The study recommends to reducing the debt capital and </em><em>providing security to the creditor and to increase the sales to reduce the loss of the bank. </em></p> 2020-12-14T07:10:03+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies Need for the New Concept of DRNR for Efficiency and High Quality in the Management of Offices: An Application of New Concept—An Ethical Development Approach 2020-12-14T07:33:32+00:00 N. Rajavel <p><em>Office is an important place for every organisation and it plays a vital role in the growth and </em><em>development of the organisation. The goodwill of the organisation fully depends on the </em><em>ethical efficiency of its office. Market value of the shares and the net worth of the </em><em>organisation also depend on the efficiency and quality of works carried out by the office with </em><em>zero error. But nowadays, almost in every office, the delay in each and every work has </em><em>become the normal feature. The delay is the slow life-killing factor which is produced by the </em><em>offices. The remuneration paid to the office employees could not bring the equal value of </em><em>work. Unproductive wages are to be paid to employees which makes the cost of services high. </em><em>In every office, there are excellent employees who contribute more to the development of </em><em>organisations, but there are few office employees (not all) without doing their work; they go </em><em>on disturbing the other colleagues by producing unnecessary delay. That few employees will </em><em>come to the office, leave the office as per their will, don’t take their duties as serious, and </em><em>they work without any sense of responsibilities and accountabilities. The ultimate sufferers </em><em>are the customers. So, it is highly felt to bring the reformation in the offices by adopting and </em><em>applying the new concept of Distinct Rules for Neutral Remuneration (DRNR) in the </em><em>management of offices with a view to reduce delay and to increase efficiency in the office </em><em>works. The concept of DRNR is given in detail with a conclusion that if this DRNR concept is </em><em>adopted and applied in the management of offices, then the efficiency of office employees will </em><em>certainly be increased. </em></p> 2020-12-14T07:33:32+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies