A Comparative Study of Effectiveness of Statutory Employee Welfare Measures - With Special Reference to Canteen Facility in Sugar Mills in Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh

M Srinivasa Rao, G. Vidyanath

Abstract


The existing research is created an effort to recognize the worker well being actions implemented in Sugar Miles industry. Employee well being indicates anything done for comfortableness and enhancement of the employees over and above the salaries compensated which is not a requirement of the profession. The standard objective of employee well being is to enhance the lifestyle of workers and keep them satisfied. Employees invest at least half their time at your workplace or getting to it, or making it. They know that they play a role to the organization when they are reasonably exempt from fear and they experience that when they are in trouble/ problems, they are due to get something returning from the company. Individuals are qualified for be treated as complete humans with individual needs, desires and stresses.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijermt.v6i11.58

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