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EMPLOYEE MORALE


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Importance of morale

Since morale is fundamentally the result of good human relations, its promotion is the primary responsibility of the management .

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Company Records and Reports of method

The personnel department collects various information regarding the job and the person form time to time and keeps and maintains records of them.

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Projective Techniques of method

These techniques include a series of devices involving the use of written as well as verbal materials in the measurement of attitudes.

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Printed questionnaire for Attitude Surveys of method

Under this method, detailed questionnaires are prepared by the organisation with the help of psychologists and distributed among the workers, to be returned duly filled in by them.

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Interview Method

Interview may be taken as one of the techniques of measuring morale. The interviewer calls upon the employee and asks questions.

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Observation Method

Under this method, the evaluator observes the employees on work and records tier behavior, attitude sentiments and feelings which have developed in them.

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Method of Measurement of Morale

The following methods are, most frequently used for ascertaining the employee altitude:-

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Measurement of Employee Moral

Employee morale is a psychological feelings which is represented by the attitudes and behavior of the man on the work.

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Status of Incentives to work

Perhaps the thing that everybody desires most passionately is an individual sense of worthwhileness.

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Justice of Incentives to work

The modern workers demands, justice and a fair deal Action must square with work.

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Leadership of Incentives to work

The desire for competent supervision has a two fold aspect. There is first the well-recognized desire to have somebody to depend upon for decisions and advice, whose judgment is respected.

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Opportunity of Incentives to work

Everybody wants an opportunity to advance himself. He may not take advantage of it when it comes, but at least he wants it to come.

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Recognition of Incentives to work

One of the most important desires of an employee is the desire to posses, which everyone has, is often changed in industry into desire for recognition.

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Security of Incentives to work

Security of Incentives to work

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Fear of Incentives to work

The oldest and most universal incentive is fear. A threat will temporarily make a person work harder. Fear is a wonderfully effective incentive, and has in the past played for too large a pat in industry.

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Wages of Incentives to work

The desire for fair wages and hours is so strong that workers have a keen and rather precise feeling about what is a “fair day's work”.

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Incentives to work

An incentive is stimulus to action; it provides the spur that most people need to get them to put forth the effort necessary to accomplish an objective. Its value lies in the fact that no one ever does anything without an incentive.

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Welfare work

Welfare work in its accepted parlance means voluntary effort of employers to improve the conditions of their employees. It is this activity that puts the 'human factor' in its true light.

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Morale and Productivity

While underlining the importance of morale, it is necessary to ensure that we do not over-emphasis it. Generally, it is assumed that morale and productivity go up and fall together like the east and the west sides of he elevator.

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Administrative Measures for Raising Morale

On the basis of the factors of morale discussed earlier in this lesson, the following administrative measures can prove conductive to the process of morale-building:

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