Organizational Behaviour Essay

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER-1

1) INTRODUCTION TO organisation BEHAVIOUR 2) INTRODUCTION TO EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

3) OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

4) NEED OF THE STUDY

5) IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY

6) SCOPE OF THE STUDY

8) RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

9) LIMITATIONS

CHAPTER-2

REVIEW OF LITERATURE

CHAPTER-3

COMPANY PROFILE

CHAPTER-4

DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION

CHAPTER-5 1) FINDINGS

2) SUGGESTIONS

3) CONCLUSION

CHAPTER-6

1) QUESTIONNAIRE.

2) BIBLIOGRAPHY

CHAPTER1

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION TO organisation BEHAVIOUR

The study of Organisation Behaviour (OB) is very interesting and challenging too.
It is related to individuals, group of people working together in teams.
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William Kahn provided the first formal definition of employee engagement, as such: "the harnessing of organisation members' selves to their work roles; in engagement, people employ and express themselves physically, cognitively, and emotionally during role performances." Kahn (1990).
In 1993, Schmidt et al. proposed a bridge between the pre-existing concept of 'job satisfaction' and employee engagement with the definition: "an employee's involvement with, commitment to, and satisfaction with work. Employee engagement is a part of employee retention." This definition integrates the classic constructs of job satisfaction (Smith et al., 1969), and Organisation commitment (Meyer & Allen, 1991).
Definitions of engagement vary in the weight they give to the individual vs the organisation in creating engagement. Recent practice has situated the drivers of engagement across this spectrum, from within the psyche of the individual employee (for example, promising recruitment services that will filter out ‘disengaged' job applicants ) to focusing mainly on the actions and investments the organisation makes to support engagement.

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

* To study the job satisfaction of employees when engaged in Organisation policy. * To understand the engagement levels of the employees at BSNL * To understand the importance of Good communication within the organisation which helps to foster the employee engagement.

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