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Title: An analysis of the relationship between the productivity and the non-communicable diseases
Authors: Mohammed Sadick, S. H.
Nisthar, S.
Nufile, A. A. M.
Keywords: Non- Communicable Disease
Diabetes Mellitus
Bank Staff
Productivity and Lifestyle
Issue Date: Dec-2021
Publisher: Faculty of Arts and Culture, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, University Park, Oluvil.
Citation: Kalam, International Research Journal, Faculty of Arts and Culture,14(3), 2021. pp. 92-111.
Abstract: This study aims to assess the impacts of the non-communicable diseases of bank employees on the productivities in the selected banks in Colombo district, Sri Lanka by using mixed methods viz. qualitative and quantitative methods. The data have been collected by using well-structured questionnaire during the period in 2017. The tools used in this study so as to achieve the objective of this study are descriptive statistics and regression models. As per the descriptive statistics, the nature of the non-communicable diseases among the employees of the banks has been identified elaborately. According to the analysis of the regression model 01 and model 02, the productivity is found as the dependent variable and in the regression models 01 and model 02, Attitude and Diagnosis is found as independent variables respectively. The productivity of the employee is considered the sole dependent variable. It is found that Attitude and Diagnosis are inversely related to productivity at a considerable significant level. It is concluded that Diagnosis is the most influencing factor on the impact of the productivity of the employees.
ISSN: 1391-6815
2738-2214 (Online)
Appears in Collections:Volume 14 Issue 3

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