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About the Author
Dr Sudhir Chandra Das, Professor in Commerce at Faculty of Commerce, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He did his PhD from BHU. His specialisation exclusively is Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour and current areas of interest in research are HRD, Industrial Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility, High Performance Work Systems and Insurance etc. He has published forty research papers in national and international reputed indexed journals and delivered good numbers of lecturers in the capacity of key note speaker/guest faculty/resource person. Prof. Das has completed one UGC major research project and currently working in ICSSR, (New Delhi) major research project on Work Life Balance. He has visited two times abroad for presenting research papers in Canada and England. Further, Prof. Das has been awarded Best Business Academic of the Year (BBAY) Award 2006, by AICC, India. Mr Anil Kumar Gope is Qualified UGC-NET-JRF in Human Resource Management in 2011. Presently he is pursuing his doctoral research in the Faculty of Commerce, BHU.
List of Tables List of Figures List of Abbreviations Preface Acknowledgements 1. Quality of Work Life - An Introduction Introduction Quality of Work Life, Concept and Indicators The Evolutionary Stages of Quality of Work Life Scientific Management Movement Human Relation Movement Sociotechnical Movement Development of QWL Programmes in India Dimensions of QWL Measurement of Quality of Working Life Benefits from Improved QWL Changing Technology and its Impact on QWL Quality of Work Life and Organisational Variable Relationship between Quality of Work Life and Quality of Life Techniques for Improving QWL. 2. Review of Literature and Research Strategy Review of Literature Objectives of the Study Hypotheses of the Study Identified Factors and Variables of the Study Significance of QWL in Agro-based Industries Research Design Scope of the Study Method Design Measurement and Scaling Techniques Sampling Design Data Collection Brief Profile of Select Sample Sugar Mills The Kisan Sahkari Chini Mills Ltd. Sultanpur, (Avadh) Triveni Engineering and Industries Ltd., Ramkola The Kanoria Sugar and General Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Captainganj J.H.V. Distillery and Sugar Mill, Paudrona Kisan Sahkari Chini Mills Ltd., 9 13 15 17 21 23 56 6 Quality of Working Life in Sugar Industry Semikhera, Deorania Kesar Enterprises Ltd., Baheri, Bareily J.K. Sugar Ltd., Sindhauli Road, Meerganj DSCL Sugar Ltd., Rupapur, Hardoi The Bagpat Co-op. Sugar Mills Ltd., Bagpat Indian Potash Ltd. Sakauti Tanda Bajaj Hindustan Ltd., Kinauni Indian Potash Ltd., Mohiuddinpur Personal Profile of Sugar Mills Employees Analysis Design Chapter Scheme. 3. Indian Sugar Industry - An Overview Overview of Indian Sugar Industry Structure of Indian Sugar Industry Progress of Sugar Industry during Five Year Plans SWOT Analysis of Indian Sugar Industry Sugar Export and Import Policies and Issues Relating to Sugar Industry The Global Sugar Industry Scenario Origin and Development of Sugar Industry in Uttar Pradesh Zone-wise Performance of UP Sugar Industry Uttar Pradesh State Sugar Corporation Ltd. (UPSSCL) Uttar Pradesh Co-operative Sugar Factories Federation Ltd. (UPCSFFL) Private Sector Sugar Mills in Uttar Pradesh Problems of the Sugar Industry in Uttar Pradesh Critically Assessment and Conclusion Future Prospects of the Indian Sugar Industry. 4. Working Environment Factor - An Analysis Introduction Geographical Location-wise Analysis of Working Environment Factor Nature of Organisation-wise Analysis of Working Environment Factor Nature of Employment-wise Analysis of Working Environment Factor Analysis of Work Environment Factor with Select Demographic Variables Conclusions. 5. Relational Factor - An Evaluation Introduction Geographical Location-wise Analysis of Relational Factor Nature of Organisation-wise Analysis of Relational Factor Nature of Employment-wise Analysis of Relational Factor Analysis of Relational Factor with Select Demographic Variables Conclusions. 6. Job Factor - An Appraisal Introduction Geographical Location-wise Analysis of Job Factor Nature of Organisation-wise Analysis of Job Factor Nature of Employment-wise Analysis of Job Factor Analysis of Job Factor with Select Demographic Variables Conclusions 82 119 144 161 Contents 7 7. Financial Factor - An Assessment Introduction Geographical Location-wise Analysis of Financial Factor Nature of Organisation-wise Analysis of Financial Factor Nature of Employment-wise Analysis of Financial Factor Analysis of Financial Factor with Select Demographic Variables Conclusions. 8. Factors of QWL- An Effectiveness and Impact Analysis Introduction First Phase of Impact Factor Analysis Second Phase of Impact Factor Analysis Impact of Multiple Independent QWL Variables on Employees Productivity (Binary Logistic Regression Analysis) Impact of Multiple Independent QWL Variables on Workers Participation in Management (Binary Logistic Regression Analysis) Impact of Multiple Independent QWL Variables on Job Satisfaction (The Ordinal Regression Model) Impact of Multiple Independent QWL Variables on Motivation (The Ordinal Regression Model) Impact of Multiple Independent QWL Variables on Organisational Loyalty (The Ordinal Regression Model) Conclusions. 9. Summary of Findings, Conclusion and Suggessions Introduction The Design and Methodology of the Study Summary of Chapters Findings of the Study Conclusion of the Study Suggestions Scope for Further Research. List of Annexures Annexure-A: Quality of Work Life Questionnaire for Survey. Annexure-B: List of Sugar Factories in UP. Bibliography Index