A STUDY ON WORK PLACE FUN AND JOB PERFORMANCE AMONG IT EMPLOYEES WITH REFERENCE TO CHENNAI CITY

Authors

  • NIVEDDA MK , DR. R. ANGAYARKANNI

Abstract

In the present cosmopolitan IT sector plays an indispensable role in earning massive revenue in each
financial year. India is now being observed as powerhouse for aggregate development of computer
software. With this anticipation, the organizations set different kinds of agendas to get the competitive
advantage in the vicious market competition. Organizations have to establish a good corporate
governance to attain their financial and nonfinancial objectives. Indian IT sector employment anticipates,
both in the short and long-term are expected to be widely positive and promising for the future. Currently,
Indian IT companies serve two thirds of the fortune 500 companies and have created 40 lakhs direct jobs
in India. The demand for an employee is not just endurance and security, but something beyond that like
respect, recognition, achievement, reward and so on. These are the motivators and satisfiers for
employees at workplace. And these can be done by way of creating some kind of fun at work
environment. Due to the paucity of skills and talents, the companies started adopting this new concept of
motivating the employees. Hence, the employer must be complementary, co-operative and nourish their
employees. This study focuses on the impact of work place fun in the Indian IT sector. The area chosen
for the study is Chennai city as it will be convenient for the researcher to collect the data. The study
highlight over the effects of workplace fun towards employees’ performance in IT field in Chennai city
using the statistical tools such as correlation and regression analysis. Factor analysis also has been used to
analyze the fun factors which influence the employee’s performance.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

NIVEDDA MK , DR. R. ANGAYARKANNI. (2020). A STUDY ON WORK PLACE FUN AND JOB PERFORMANCE AMONG IT EMPLOYEES WITH REFERENCE TO CHENNAI CITY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 2706 - 2716. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1215