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Title: Study on the work effectiveness of graduates in the public sector organizations
Authors: Subathini, Priyadharsan
Keywords: career development
work effectiveness
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: Faculty of Management and Commerce, SEUSL
Abstract: This study aims to identify the work effectiveness of graduates in the Public Sector Organization. It plays an important role in accelerating organizational development. According to the pilot study regarding their work effectiveness to compare the secondary level employees, development officers are moderately satisfied with their job activities. The objectives of the study are to identify the factors influencing the graduate work effectiveness, to identify which factor highly influences the graduate effectiveness, to measure the effectiveness level of graduates in the public sector organization and to provide the suggestions to enhance the effectiveness in the public sector organization. Hundred samples were selected through systematic random sampling method. Conceptual variables are job design, attitude of employees and career development of job. Descriptive and bivariate analyses were done, using the SPSS for this purpose. Finding of the study shows that all conceptual variables are moderately supported to effectiveness. Employees are facing the problem in the career development and job description of the organizations. Suggestions are job design has to be changed based on the respective department and service minute incorporate the promotion pattern of employees.
ISBN: 978-955-627-060-0
Appears in Collections:3rd Annual International Research Conference - 2014

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