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A STUDY ON LABOUR WELFARE MEASURES AT S.

S INDUSTRIES
– KARAIKAL

PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED TO ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY,


IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Submitted by

A.MARIMUTHU
REGISTER:NO.
092347

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF


Mr. A.GOPINATH,B.E M.B.A.,
(LECTURER of Dept. of Business Administration)

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


ANNAMALAI NAGAR - 608002.
TAMILNADU, INDIA.
2010
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
ANNAMALAI NAGAR - 608002.
TAMILNADU, INDIA.
A STUDY OF LABOUR WELFARE MEASURES AT S.S INDUSTRIES,
KARAIKAL.
BONAFIDE RECORD OF WORK DONE BY

A.MARIMUTHU
REGISTER:NO.
092347
Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the award of
the Degree of Master of Business Administration

Mr. A.GOPINATH,
Dr.N.PANCHANATHAM

Lecturer Professor & head

Dept. Of Business Administration Dept. of Business


Administration

Submitted for the university Examination (viva-voice) held on


____________

INTERALEXAMINER EXTERNAL EXAMINER


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I extend my heart full thanks to Dr.N.PANCHANATHAM, professor &


head, Dept of Business Administration in Annamalai University for his help and
encouragement

I acknowledge my sincere thanks to academic guide MR.A.GOPINATH,


B.E, MBA. Dept. of business Administration in Annamalai University for his
valuable guidance and advice. I am very grateful to him for all the assistance given
to me for completing this project work successfully

I thank MR.R.RAMAKRISHNAN, Manager of HR and


Administration. The staff of S.S. industrial limited for being flexible in giving me
all the information with regard to the project

I convey my heartiest thanks to MR. M.VELUMANI, senior executives of


S.S industrial limited, who kindly granted permission to do this project report in
his esteemed organization

Date: (A.MARIMUTHU)

Place: Annamalai Nagar.


DECLARATION

I am A.MARIMUTHU hereby declare that this project report entitled


“A STUDY ON LABOUR WELFARE MEASURES AT SS INDUSTRIES”
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement of the degree of master of
Business Administration ,Annamalai University is my original work and has not
from the basis for the award of any other degree

Date:

Place: SIGNATURE OF THE CANDIDATE


ABSTRACT:

In this project, an attempt has been made to study of the Welfare Measures
available at S.S INDUSTRIES

The factories Act, 1948 lays stress on improved working conditions for
the workers employed in recognized industries. This Act implies providing
better working conditions, such as proper lighting, heat control, cleanliness,
low noise level, toilet and drinking facilities, etc.,

In order to study the objective, the data have been collected through
Primary survey by administrating a detailed questionnaire to section of the
employees selected at random. The sample size is 100 and is collected
randomly. The simple percentage analysis is used to know the satisfaction level
of the employees regarding welfare measures. It is observed that overall the
workers are satisfied with the facilities.

Suggestions were made based on the findings. The existing facilities such
as First aid, Night duty allowances, Restroom, Funeral expenses can be
improved for further satisfaction of workers.
CONTENTS

CHAPTER CONTENTS PAGE NO

01
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

23
CHAPTER 2 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

26
CHAPTER 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

29
CHAPTER 4 ANALYSIS OF DATA AND INTERPRETATION

79
CHAPTER 5 FINDINGS, SUGGESTIONS

81
CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSION
LIST OF TABLES:

TABLE PAGE
N NAME OF THE TABLE N
O O
4.2.1 Age wise classification of employees 29
4.2.2 Designation wise classification of employees 31
4.2.3 Satisfaction with regard to SSP Hospital 33
4.2.4 Satisfaction with regard to Number of doctors in the 35
hospital
4.2.5 Satisfaction with regard to Referral system 37
4.2.6 Satisfaction with regard to Service Dress 39
4.2.7 Satisfaction with regard to quality of service dress 41
4.2.8 Satisfaction with regard to usefulness in performing duty 43
4.2.9 Satisfaction with regard to with regard to MONET 45
4.2.10 Satisfaction with regard to entertainment by MONET 47
4.2.11 Satisfaction with regard to canteen 49
4.2.12 Satisfaction with regard to food in Canteen 51
4.2.13 Whether the weightage is given to the suggestion by 53
employees
4.2.14 Satisfaction with regard to higher education 55
4.2.15 Satisfaction with regard to Township school 57
4.2.16 Satisfaction with regard to Number of teachers in School 59
4.2.17 Satisfaction with regard to Rest room 61
4.2.18 Satisfaction with regard to toilet facility 63
4.2.19 Satisfaction with regard to motivational scheme 65
4.2.20 Satisfaction with regard to Co-operative stores 67
4.2.21 Satisfaction with regard to Recreational measures 69
4.2.22 Satisfaction with regard to Sports and cultural activity 71
4.2.23 Satisfaction with regard to Non-statutory welfare measures 73

LIST OF FIGURES

CHART PAGE
N NAME OF THE TABLE N
O O
4.2.1 Age wise classification of employees 30
4.2.2 Designation wise classification of employees 32
4.2.3 Satisfaction with regard to SSP Hospital 34
4.2.4 Satisfaction with regard to Number of doctors in the hospital 36
4.2.5 Satisfaction with regard to Referral system 38
4.2.6 Satisfaction with regard to Service Dress 40
4.2.7 Satisfaction with regard to quality of service dress 42
4.2.8 Satisfaction with regard to usefulness in performing duty 44
4.2.9 Satisfaction with regard to with regard to MONET 46
4.2.10 Satisfaction with regard to entertainment by MONET 48
4.2.11 Satisfaction with regard to canteen 50
4.2.12 Satisfaction with regard to food in Canteen 52
4.2.13 Whether the weightage is given to the suggestion by 54
employees
4.2.14 Satisfaction with regard to higher education 56
4.2.15 Satisfaction with regard to Township school 58
4.2.16 Satisfaction with regard to Number of teachers in School 60
4.2.17 Satisfaction with regard to Rest room 62
4.2.18 Satisfaction with regard to toilet facility 64
4.2.19 Satisfaction with regard to motivational scheme 66
4.2.20 Satisfaction with regard to Co-operative stores 68
4.2.21 Satisfaction with regard to Recreational measures 70
4.2.22 Satisfaction with regard to Sports and cultural activity 72
4.2.23 Satisfaction with regard to Non-statutory welfare measures 74