Evaluation of Employees’ Perception with Special Reference to KSRTC

Karunesha Kumar K ., Dr. B. Nagaraju .

Abstract


Perception of Employees’ defers from person to person. In the same way perception varies from designation to designation it purely depends on employees’ nature of job, duration of work, timings of work and schedules’ alerted by depots. Understanding perception of employees plays a whittle role for smooth running and success of an organization. Because employees are backbone of any organization. However, this article tries to find out opinion of employees in different designations. This research work tries to understand perception of employee’s opinion in peer level, option about organization and thoughts about management. Different age groups and work experience of employees, revealed different opinion about the organization.

This research work purely based on primary data, set of systematic questionnaire (both in kannada as well as English medium) has been prepared and circulated among operational level of KSRTC employees. This particular study was conducted in the Mysore rural and urban divisions of KSRTC employees, Karnataka. To obtain the result, ANOVA statistical tool has been applied.


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Employees’ Perception, KSRTC.

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