QUALITY OF WORKLIFE OF EMPLOYEES IN PRIVATE TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS


T.S. Nanjundeswaraswamy, D.R. Swamy

Abstract: A high quality of work life (QWL) is essential for all organizations to continue to attract and retain employee. There is an impressive contribution by technical Institutions to the development of technology and economy of our nation. The study helps the technical institution employees to know the level of perception towards QWL and to enhance the same by the management. The sample consists of 109 employees of a technical institution. The questionnaire was designed based on nine important components of QWL. The research reveals that male employees are more satisfied than female employees. ChiSquare test show that there are no significance relationship between demographic characteristics of employees and QWL. Research also reveals that Adequacy of Resources are more correlated and Training & Development are less correlated with QWL in teaching staffs and in case of non teaching staffs Compensation & Rewards are more correlated and Work Environment are less correlated with QWL. The correlation analysis also reveals that all the dimensions of QWL are positively correlated with QWL of faculties, which indicates that enhancement in the dimensions of QWL can lead to increase the overall QWL of faculties.

Keywords: Demographical factors, Private engineering Colleges, Quality of work life, Teaching staffs

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Recieved: 3.05.2013  Accepted: 19.08.2013  UDC: 638.124.8

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