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CHAPTER IV

DATA ANALISIS AND INTERPRETATION

DATA ANALYSIS & INTREPRETATION


TABLE NO: 4.1
Satisfied with the relationship between you and your Employer

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 80 80

No 20 20

Total 100 100

Source: Primary data


INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the employees are satisfied with the
employer.
Chart No. 3.1
Relation Ship Between Employee & Employer

Chart Title
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

100 100

80 80

20 20

Yes No Total
TABLE NO: 3.2

Support Given By the Employer to The Employee

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Excellent 60 60

Good 20 20

Average 10 10

Poor 10 10

Total 100 100

Source: Primary data


INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 60% of the employees are agreeing with the fact that
Employer provides support to their problems.
CHART 3.2
Support By Employer to Employee

No. Of Respondents

Excellent
30%

Total
50%

Good
10%

Poor
5%
Average
5%
TABLE NO: 3.3

Encouragement Given by the Employer

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 75 75

No 25 25

Total 100 100

Source: Primary data


INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are of the opinion that the
employers encourage the employee
CHART 3.3
ENCOURAGEMENT BY THE EMPLOYER

Chart Title

100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Yes No Total

No. Of Respondents % of Respondents


TABLE NO: 3.4

GIFT PROVIDED BY THE EMPLOYER ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF


WORK

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Increment 50 50

Tour Package 30 30

Appreciation 10 10

Other Benefits 10 10

Total 100 100

Source: Primary data


INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided
increment, 20% of the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided tour packages, 10
% of the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided Appreciation and 10 % are of
the opinion they are provided with other benefits.
CHART 3.4
GIFT PROVIDED BY THE EMPLOYER ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF
WORK

No. Of Respondents
Increment Tour Package Appreciation Other Benefits Total

25%

50%

15%

5%
5%
TABLE 3.5
SATISFACTION WITH THE GIFT PROVIDED

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 85 85

No 15 15

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the gifts
provided by the company.
Chart 3.5
SATISFACTION WITH THE GIFT PROVIDED

No. Of Respondents

No
8%

Total
Other
50%
Yes 50%
42%
Table 3.6
WORK ENVIRONMENT PROVIDED BY THE EMPLOYER

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Excellent 60 60

Good 20 20

Average 10 10

Poor 10 10

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided
excellent, 20% of the respondents are of the opinion that they are good, 10 % of the
respondents are of the opinion average and 10 % are of the opinion they are of the opinion
poor working conditions.
Chart 3.6
WORK ENVIRONMENT PROVIDED BY THE EMPLOYER

No. Of Respondents

Excellent
30%
Total
50%

Good
10%
Poor Average
5% 5%
Table 3.7
SUPPORT FROM THE CO - WORKERS

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 75 75

No 25 25

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the
support from the co- workers and 25 % are not at all happy the co workers attitude.
Chart 3.7
SUPPORT FROM THE CO - WORKERS

No. Of Respondents

Yes
37%
Total
50%

No
13%
Table 3.7
INCENTIVES PROVIDED BY THE EMPLOYER

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Excellent 70 70

Good 20 20

Average 10 10

Poor 0 0

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 70% respondents are of the opinion that they are
provided excellent incentives, 20% of the respondents are of the opinion that they get good
incentives and the remaining 10 % of the respondents are of the opinion they are provided
with only average incentives
Chart 3.7
INCENTIVES PROVIDED BY THE EMPLOYER

No. Of Respondents
Excellent Good Average Poor Total

5%
10%
50%

50%

35%

0%
Table 3.8
EMPLOYERSUPPORT INCREASES PRODUCTIVITY

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 90 90

No 10 10

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are of the opinion that
employer support will definitely increase productivity while 10% of the respondents are of
the opinion that it doesn’t matter.
Chart 3.8
EMPLOYERSUPPORT INCREASES PRODUCTIVITY

No. Of Respondents

Yes
45%
Total
50%

No
5%
Table 3.09
PRODUCTIVITY RATED BY THE EMPLOYER

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Excellent 70 70

Good 10 10

Average 10 10

Poor 10 10

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 70% respondents are of the opinion that they are
excellent, 10% of the respondents are of the opinion that they good, 10 % of the respondents
are of the opinion average and the 10 % of the respondents are of the opinion poor.
Chart 3.9
PRODUCTIVITY RATED BY THE EMPLOYER

Average No. Of Respondents


5%
Good
5%
Poor
5%

Other Total
Excellent 55% 50%
35%
Table 3.10
SUPPORT BY THE EMPLOYER IN PERSONAL MATTER

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Highly Satisfied 40 40

Satisfied 40 40

Dissatisfied 20 20

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 40% respondents are of the opinion they are given
support in family matters, 40 % are of the satisfied with the support while the 20% are not all
satisfied with the support given to them in their personal matters.
Chart 3.10
SUPPORT BY THE EMPLOYER IN PERSONAL MATTER

Chart Title
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

100

40 40 100
40 40 20
20

Highly Satisfied Dissatisfied Total


Satisfied
Table 3.11
Measures Adopted by the Concern to check the relation Between You and
Employer

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 80 80

No 20 20

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the
measures adopted by the concern.
Chart 3.11
Measures Adopted by the Concern to check the relation Between You and
Employer

Chart Title

200

150

% of Respondents
100
No. Of Respondents

50

0
Yes No Total
Table 3.12
Supervisors to check the Employee Employer Relationship

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 75 75

No 25 25

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the
measures adopted by the concern to check the relationship.
Chart 3.12
Supervisors to check the Employee Employer Relationship

No. Of Respondents
Yes No Total

37%
50%

13%
Table 3.13
PERFORMANCE OF THE SUPERVISORS

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Highly Satisfied 65 65

Satisfied 25 25

Dissatisfied 10 10

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 65% respondents are of the opinion they are highly
satisfied with the supervisors, while 25% are satisfied with the performance of supervisors
and the remaining 10% are not at all satisfied with the supervisors.
CHART 3.13
PERFORMANCE OF THE SUPERVISORS

Chart Title
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

65 25 10 100

65 25 10 100

Highly Satisfied Dissatisfied Total


Satisfied
Table 3.14
HAVE YOU EVER MISUSED THE SUPPORT BY EMPLOYER

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 30 30

No 70 70

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are of the opinion that
they have not misused the support of the employer.
Chart 3.14
HAVE YOU EVER MISUSED THE SUPPORT BY EMPLOYER

No. Of Respondents
Yes No Total

15%

50%

35%
Table 3.15
PERFORMANCE AFTER GETTING APPRECIATION /
ENCOURAGEMENT

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Work More 75 75

Work Less --- ----

Work as Before 25 25

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 75% respondents are of the opinion that they work
more, 25 % of the respondents are of the opinion that they don’t change their work style.
Chart 3.15
PERFORMANCE AFTER GETTING APPRECIATION /
ENCOURAGEMENT

Chart Title
Work as Before Total

100 100

25 25

--- ----
75 75
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents
Table 3.16
MEASURES ADOPTED BY THE CONCERN TO CHECK
THE EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Internal Control
55 55
System

Internal Audit 10 10

Labour Audit 35 35

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 55% respondents are of the opinion that their concern
check the employee performance through Internal Control System 10% feel that internal audit
will help, while the remaining 35 feel that the labour audit will be helpful
Chart 3.16
MEASURES ADOPTED BY THE CONCERN TO CHECK
THE EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE

No. Of Respondents

Internal
Control
System
27%
Total
50%
Internal Audit
Labour Audit 5%
18%
Table 3.17
MEASURES ADOPTED BY THE CONCERN TO CHECK
THE EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Internal Control
55 55
System

Internal Audit 10 10

Labour Audit 35 35

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 55% respondents are of the opinion that their concern
check the employee performance through Internal Control System 10% feel that internal audit
will help, while the remaining 35% feel that the labor audit will be helpful
Chart 3.17
MEASURES ADOPTED BY THE CONCERN TO CHECK
THE EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE

Chart Title

100
80
60
40
20
0
Internal Internal Audit Labour Audit Total
Control System

No. Of Respondents % of Respondents


Table 3.17
MEASURES MISUSED BY THE EMPLOYEES

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Fully Detected 75 75

Partly Detected 25 25

Not Detected --- ---

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 75% of the employees feel that its fully detected,
while 25% feel that its partly detected.
Chart 3.17
MEASURES MISUSED BY THE EMPLOYEES

Total
Total

100 100

--- ---
25 25
75 75
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents
Table 3.18
MEASURES MISUSED BY THE EMPLOYEES

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Fully Detected 75 75

Partly Detected 25 25

Not Detected --- ---

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 75% of the employees feel that its fully detected,
while 25% feel that its partly detected.
Chart 3.18
MEASURES MISUSED BY THE EMPLOYEES

Total

100
80
60
40
20
0
--- ---
25 25
75 75
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Total
Table 3.19
PUNISHMENT GIVEN BY THE EMPLOYER

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Suspension 50 50

Dismissal 25 25

Recover the amount 25 25

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the 55% of the employees feel that they are given
suspension 25% feel that they will be given dismissal and the remaining feel that amount will
be recovered from them.
Chart 3.19
PUNISHMENT GIVEN BY THE EMPLOYER

Chart Title
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

100

50
100
25 25
50
25 25
Suspension Dismissal Recover the amount Total
Table 3.20
Relationship Quality of work with the support of your employer

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Yes 100 100

No 0 0

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that the all the respondents are of the opinion that quality of
work will be according to the support given by the employer.
Chart 3.20
Relationship Quality of work with the support of your employer

Chart Title
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

100 100 100 100

0 0

Yes No Total
Table 3.21
In Support of your employer quality of work will ……

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Increase 90 90

Not Change 10 10

Decrease 0 0

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that majority of the respondents are of the opinion that work
will increase while the 10% have the opinion that it will not change.
Chart 3.21
In Support of your employer quality of work will ……

No. Of Respondents

5% Increase
50%
Not Change
45% 50%
Decrease
0% Total
Table 3.22
Employer Performance

Criteria No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

Excellent 90 90

Good 10 10

Average 0 0

Total 100 100

INTERPRETATION
From the above table it is clear that majority of the respondents are of the opinion that the
performance of the employer is excellent.

Chart 3.22
Employer Performance

Chart Title
No. Of Respondents % of Respondents

100
90

90 100
10
10 0
Excellent Good Average Total
FINDINGS AND SUGGESTIONS
4.1 FINDINGS
 it is clear that the majority of the employees are satisfied with the employer.
 it is clear that the 60% of the employees are agreeing with the fact that Employer
provides support to their problems
 it is clear that the majority of the respondents are of the opinion that the employers
encourage the employee
 it is clear that the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided increment,
20% of the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided tour packages, 10 %
of the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided Appreciation and 10 %
are of the opinion they are provided with other benefits.
 it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the gifts provided by the
company
 it is clear that the respondents are of the opinion that they are provided excellent, 20%
of the respondents are of the opinion that they are good, 10 % of the respondents are
of the opinion average and 10 % are of the opinion they are of the opinion poor
working conditions.
 it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the support from the co-
workers and 25 % are not at all happy the co workers attitude.
 it is clear that the 70% respondents are of the opinion that they are provided excellent
incentives, 20% of the respondents are of the opinion that they get good incentives
and the remaining 10 % of the respondents are of the opinion they are provided with
only average incentives
 it is clear that the majority of the respondents are of the opinion that employer support
will definitely increase productivity while 10% of the respondents are of the opinion
that it doesn’t matter.
 it is clear that the 70% respondents are of the opinion that they are excellent, 10% of
the respondents are of the opinion that they good, 10 % of the respondents are of the
opinion average and the 10 % of the respondents are of the opinion poor.
 it is clear that the 40% respondents are of the opinion they are given support in family
matters, 40 % are of the satisfied with the support while the 20% are not all satisfied
with the support given to them in their personal matters.
 it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the measures adopted by
the concern.
 table it is clear that the majority of the respondents are happy with the measures
adopted by the concern to check the relationship.
 it is clear that the 65% respondents are of the opinion they are highly satisfied with
the supervisors, while 25% are satisfied with the performance of supervisors and the
remaining 10% are not at all satisfied with the supervisors.
 it is clear that the majority of the respondents are of the opinion that they have not
misused the support of the employer.
 it is clear that the 75% respondents are of the opinion that they work more, 25 % of
the respondents are of the opinion that they don’t change their work style.
 table it is clear that the 55% respondents are of the opinion that their concern check
the employee performance through Internal Control System 10% feel that internal
audit will help, while the remaining 35 feel that the labour audit will be helpful

 it is clear that the 55% respondents are of the opinion that their concern check the
employee performance through Internal Control System 10% feel that internal audit
will help, while the remaining 35% feel that the labor audit will be helpful
 it is clear that the 75% of the employees feel that its fully detected, while 25% feel
that its partly detected.
 it is clear that the 75% of the employees feel that its fully detected, while 25% feel
that its partly detected.
 it is clear that the 55% of the employees feel that they are given suspension 25% feel
that they will be given dismissal and the remaining feel that amount will be recovered
from them.
 it is clear that the all the respondents are of the opinion that quality of work will be
according to the support given by the employer.
 it is clear that majority of the respondents are of the opinion that work will increase
while the 10% have the opinion that it will not change.
it is clear that majority of the respondents are of the opinion that the performance of the
employer is excellent