Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Employees


RELATIONSHIP AMONG PERFECTIONISM, RUMINATION AND IMPOSTORISM INEMPLOYEES OF MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES

Paridhi Jain1 *Dr. Suyesha Singh

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 637-650
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.046

Employees working in multinational companies spend a major chunk of their daily time in the workplace. The competition and threat of survival is growing rapidly. Employees in organizations are under the constant pressure to achieve higher goals to prove themselves. The aspirations of employees are skyrocketing, and they are striving to survive and thrive in a super competitive work environment. The glamourous hustle culture has swept the young workforce off its feet. It has been observed thatorganizations prefer people who tend to have high work drive, extreme work involvement and who can work beyond the capacity. Employees strive for perfection in all domains and an overdrive for perfectionism may lead to maladaptive rumination and impostorism. Impostor phenomenon can affect an individual’s work and family life. Impostorism, perfectionism and rumination are some prominent problems faced by employees working in corporate environments. The presentstudy assesses the relationship among impostorism, perfectionism and rumination in employees working in multinational companies. The sample comprised of 103 individuals (both males and females) working in multinational companies. ‘FFOCI- Short Form’ (Samuel et al.,2014) and ‘Clance Impostor Syndrome Scale’ (Clance, 1985) were used for gathering data.Pearson correlation and multiple regression analysis were computedto assess the association among perfectionism, rumination &impostorism. Findings suggest that perfectionism, rumination and impostorismare positively correlated with each other& perfectionism and rumination significantly predict impostorism in employees working in MNC’s.The findings of the research will help in understanding the dynamics between the selected variables which will further help in formulation of strategies for reducing impostorism, maladaptive perfectionism and rumination and enhancing mental health of working population.

RELATIONSHIP AMONG PERFECTIONISM, RUMINATION AND IMPOSTORISM INEMPLOYEES OF MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES.

Paridhi Jain,Dr. Suyesha Singh

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 732-742
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.054

Employees working in multinational companies spend a major chunk of their daily time in the workplace. The competition and threat of survival is growing rapidly. Employees in organizations are under the constant pressure to achieve higher goals to prove themselves. The aspirations of employees are skyrocketing, and they are striving to survive and thrive in a super competitive work environment. The glamourous hustle culture has swept the young workforce off its feet. It has been observed thatorganizations prefer people who tend to have high work drive, extreme work involvement and who can work beyond the capacity. Employees strive for perfection in all domains and an overdrive for perfectionism may lead to maladaptive rumination and impostorism. Impostor phenomenon can affect an individual’s work and family life. Impostorism, perfectionism and rumination are some prominent problems faced by employees working in corporate environments. The presentstudy assesses the relationship among impostorism, perfectionism and rumination in employees working in multinational companies. The sample comprised of 103 individuals (both males and females) working in multinational companies. ‘FFOCI- Short Form’ (Samuel et al.,2014) and ‘Clance Impostor Syndrome Scale’ (Clance, 1985) were used for gathering data.Pearson correlation and multiple regression analysis were computedto assess the association among perfectionism, rumination &impostorism. Findings suggest that perfectionism, rumination and impostorismare positively correlated with each other& perfectionism and rumination significantly predict impostorism in employees working in MNC’s.The findings of the research will help in understanding the dynamics between the selected variables which will further help in formulation of strategies for reducing impostorism, maladaptive perfectionism and rumination and enhancing mental health of working population.

IMPACT OF MOTIVATION THEORIES ON EMPLOYEE’S PERFORMANCE W.R.T SELECTED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

Maddukuri Maheswara Vishnu Sai

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 91-111
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.008

Management has a crucial part to play in helping people find work that is more enjoyable and
rewarding for them, as well as in ensuring that the motivation of employees is aligned with
the goals of the business. This is a challenging endeavour because of the many different types
of people that work in modern companies. The things that individuals value and the things
that are gratifying to them are influenced by a variety of variables, one of which is the various
cultures to which they belong. This research takes the point of view of a manager and seeks
to get an understanding of what motivates individuals, what impacts them, and why they
continue to engage in certain behaviours. The motivational levels of the organization's staff
members will also be investigated as part of this research.

THE IMPACT OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PROCESSES ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON IT INDUSTRY

Ms. Jalaja V, Ms. Himresha Bhatt

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 916-925
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.068

The Information Technology sector has been profoundly impacted by advances in project management knowledge. As a result, it is critical to optimize service development processes in every project. This article focuses to explore the composition of “Knowledge Management” of IT professionals. The current research proposes a model of the impact of Management Support for Knowledge Application on Project Knowledge Application and Project   Knowledge Application on effective Knowledge Management in the IT industry. To conduct the current analysis, the researchers used a quantitative research approach in the form of a survey. The questionnaire was randomly distributed to 180 IT employees of various software companies. The researchers did, however, collected 165 completed questionnaires and Reliability test, EFA and Simple Linear Regression statistical methods used. It is found that that there is a positive correlation between Project Knowledge Application and Effective Knowledge Management in IT Industry professionals.

Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Job Autonomy

Fayaz A. Soomro Dr. Sadaf Khan Jehanzeb Khan Wajid Mehmood Farman Ullah Jan

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 3, Pages 299-317
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.03.025

Emotional Intelligence has great importance in human life as an individual whether in society or organizations. A number of schools of thought have well tried to dig out the impact of Emotional Intelligence on different aspects. Emotional Intelligence is a science that enables man how to cope with existing and anticipated issues at work place in general and Job Autonomy in particular. Some scholars opine that job autonomy is important factor that enables employees to have mastery over work environment. It gives impetus to get grip over organizational ecology. Employees having emotional mastery exceed within organizations as per contemporary and anticipated changes. The under reference paper has witnessed that there is greater impact of EI over Job Autonomy. The data has been gathered from Middle and Top Management of public and private sector organizations. The survey contained a questionnaire and the data has been analyzed with the help of SPSS and other statistical procedures. However, it is found that there is impact of Job Autonomy at the workplace. Job Autonomy enables individuals to contribute at their whims and caprice without any formal or informal set-back.

Behavioral Challenges of Technology Adoption among Bank Employees: A TAM perspective

DR.KADAMBINI KATKE

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 193-196
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.027

Technology transition is norm for any business survival and growth. Across the globe business environment doesn’t permit any leverage on technology adoption.  The recent pandemic further made it mandatory for every organization to transform into technology enabled business operation. Many sectors were forced to adopt faster technology change to keep pace of business. Banking sector is no exception for this. After merging under single umbrella SBI has initiated technology transition and attempting to offer technology at fingertips both for its employees and customers. In recent press release SBI announced adoption of automation, AI and Machine learning in most of its back-end jobs for operational efficiency and cost advantage. These initiatives cannot be deployed in isolation; it has to have human interface to complete business process. And natural human response for any change is resistance. This is not easier transition rather this is continuous process with many challenges. The major issues are employees’ adoptability to the changing technology in the job performance. Individual perception and intentions are major determinant factors for any technology adoption. Technology Adoption Model elaborately explains human behavioral responses to new technology. Perceived usefulness and Perceived ease of use are two major attributes to the behavior intentions. This study attempts to test these attributes among bank employees with respect to implementation of information technology in banking service. Resistance for any change is human nature, but preparedness to overcome this resistance is need of hour for organizational and employee survival.

E-Government Adoption By Public Sector Employees In Dhaka.

MD SHUHEL MIAH; ILHAM SENTOSA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 2944-2952
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.353

E-government essentially asserts the use of ICT, especially, use of internet to achieve better governments. Governments around the world, both developed and developing nations are trying to implement e-services. E-government is believed to enhance efficiency, transparency and facilitate the better work flow among public sector employees. However, the intentions of the public sector employees are influenced by several factors to adopt e-government. This study aims to identify the factors influencing the intention of the public sectors employees in Dhaka. TAM, DOI, UTAUT and UMEGA theories have been used to examine the factors. The factors which are derived from the literature are Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived Compatibility, Attitude, Social Influence and Performance Expectancy. Smart PLS 3.0 has been used as statistical tool to analyze the data and tests the conceptual model by using structural equation modeling. The finding of the study reveals the significant factors influencing the intention of the public sector employees in Dhaka. Research implications of this study are discussed. 

DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ON CHALLENGES OF EMPLOYEES IN PUBLIC SECTOR OF ANDHRAPRADESH

Dr. T. SOBHA RANI, L. PRATHIBA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 4546-4551

The present study is to evaluate the problems being faced by the women work force post
bifurcation of the State of Andhra Pradesh. The study deals with the decisions, consequences,
problems and the output of the political, economical and social changes in the State that have
significant impact on Government Sector. The objective of the Study is to examine the problems
of female employees working in Heads of Department of Government Sector (in State’s New
capital Amaravathi), with a particular reference to pre and post bifurcation of the State of Andhra Pradesh. This study will be useful for the State Government, Officials to know the problems of employees of the State of Andhra Pradesh, who were forcefully migrated from the State of Telangana post bifurcation.

Impact of remote working on employees in IT industry

DR.GIGI G.S; MS.J SANGEETHA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 537-544
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.072

remote working and employee’s satisfaction, performance is  recently being discussed often as the world is in a pandemic situation, Need for doing research has become inevitable in this field as many employees are working from home with limited resources. many significant factors are chosen for this study. The objective of this study is to know the impact of remote working in the IT industry, to find out the positive and negative consequences faced by employees while remote working, to study the influence of demographic variables on the perception of employees regarding remote working, and to give suggestions to overcome negative consequences. The questionnaire was circulated to remote workers in the IT industry. A total number of 61 respondents were contacted and were given the opportunity to participate in the survey through a convenience sampling method. The results of this research were found to be that communication is the most influencing factor of creating job satisfaction among remote employees in the IT industry and remote working is becoming the upcoming trend.

A study on employee training and development in Hyundai organisation – Chennai

MR. RAM BABU CHERUKUR; MS. MOHANA PRIYA.K

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 944-950
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.133

Training and development makes employees more productive. Training and development are becoming big business nowadays and more important for any organization that wants to take advantage of changes, techniques and improvements. The existing workforce is trained to increase their productivity, newly joined employees will also be trained and motivated to contribute their best towards the organization. The employees will be more confident about themselves and passionate about their job. They will adapt to technological changes and innovations more readily. Training and development need assessments, training design and delivery and transfer of training. Growing business environment needs new ideas like updated and strategic training and development to make business grow fast as well , we need to adapt ourselves for the future business environment, making our employees updated will give the best result for the organization. Nowadays many organizations are spending much to train their employees and make them updated. The training program has to be designed perfectly for the employees to achieve long and short term goals of the organization and employees as well. After the training and development program every employee has to be evaluated by their performance and should get their feedback.

Innovative JIT implementation in manufacturing industry

DR.JEGANATHAN GOMATHI SANKAR; MR.ASWIN R

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 666-671
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.093

The study discusses the best ways for manufacturers to introduce JIT systems successfully. In order to achieve this aim, a survey is carried out to evaluate the relative significance of choosing JIT implementation strategies and to analyze expert results. It is also used to research and factors influencing the implementation of JIT and to study the implementation of JIT challenges. In order to analyze the primary data, various analytical methods such as frequency analysis for demographic issues, regression for the comparison of the dependent and independent factor were analyzed using SPSS software. The results of this study may provide some insight into the relative value of JIT techniques with regard to the objective of increasing production quality and efficiency. The findings may provide some guidance to those companies that are interested in restructuring their own production systems according to the concepts of JIT.