IMPROVING EMPLOYEE MORALE AND INCREASING PRODUCTIVITY

M. Jannathul Firdouse, K. Neelamegam

Abstract


INTRODUCTION

            Employee morale is the relationship that a particular employee or a group of employees have with their work and the organization they work for. High employee morale means that employees are happy, and this is reflective in the kind of work they produce. On the other hand, low employee morale results in less productivity and pessimism among employees. It is important for every organization to continually keep employee morale high. Morale is basically a group phenomenon. It is a concept that describes the level of favourable or unfavourable attitude of employees collectively to all aspects of their work—the job, the company, their tasks, working conditions, fellow workers, superiors and so on.


Keywords


Zooplankton, Shannon diversity indices, Simpson dominance index, Pielou evenness index

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