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Job satisfaction in Textile Industries: A study of work issue through technology changes
T. R. Bhavani
S. C. Vetrivel
T. R. Bhavani1, Dr. S. C. Vetrivel2
1Research Scholar, ULTRA College of Engineering and Technology for Women, Madurai.
2Asst. Professor, Dept. of Management Studies, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode.
This study was designed to find out the tragedy of employees work performance by facing operational work issues through technology changes. The sample of this study consists of 213 employees from small and medium scale textile industries in Theni District. This is a descriptive and surveying research with an applied goal. The random stratified sampling was used. The main objective of the study is how technology amendments in HRMS helping and troubling employees in textile industries. The knowledge management processing system shows how to mend employees in the calamity of work issues mainly using e-platforms in textile industries. The main purpose of the study is to analyses work related factors in textile industries. To explain how should overcome from the operational work issues in the HRIS and E-platforms. Discriminant analysis was performed to identify sub systems. Wilks Lambda Test analysis was performed to identify sub systems of e-platforms. The findings of the study indicate that new tools and new platforms are implementing in all areas of sub systems but workers are unable to tackle the new tools and techniques. Mainly HRMS may affect low level employees while handling systems. Therefore all transitional elements organization culture, organization structure, technology should always be considered together. To validate their struggles in scheming suitable learning and improve so that the job can be organized which can attain to improving employee performance. We attained utmost benefits while using HRIS, MIS, ERP effectively and well-organized manner. The remaining five elements are optimistic impression. Training given to employees how to use but should fail to stretch how to rectify it. The research concludes that, the organization must develop the weak areas of E-platforms.
E-platforms, Knowledge Management, Technical Innovation, Textile Industries
T. R. Bhavani, S. C. Vetrivel. Job satisfaction in Textile Industries: A study of work issue through technology changes. Asian J. Management. 2016; 7(4): 277-280.
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