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Vol. 8 Issue 1

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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 8 Issue 1      Submission Start Date: Jan 01, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: Jan 20, 2020      Submission End: Jan 15, 2020      Final MenuScript Due: Jan 25, 2020      Publication Date: Jan 30, 2020




Volume I Issue II

Author Name
Parul P Bhati, Dr. Ashok kumar M
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 2
Abstract
The Indian Auto Component Industry had its small beginnings in the 1940s. If the evolution of this industry is traced in India, it can be classified into three distinct phases namely: 1. Period prior to the entry of Maruti Udyog Ltd (1940s to 1984) 2. Period after the entry of Maruti Udyog Ltd till economic liberalization (1984 to 1991). 3. Period post Liberalization (1991 onwards). The period prior to the entry of Maruti Udyog Ltd was characterized by low technology and assured business for most of the auto-component manufacturers who used to supply to a handful of players in the Indian automobile market like Hindustan Motors, Premier Automobiles, Telco, Bajaj, Mahindra & Mahindra etc. Today, many international and local automotive players are increasingly sourcing components from Indian automotive component manufacturers. As the demand for manufactured automotive components with the tag "made in India" increases, the automotive companies have to further enhance the quality of th
PaperID
2013/02/201

Author Name
Mr. Ravi Rajore
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 2
Abstract
Internationally, Corporate Social Responsibility is becoming a heated topic of debate and drawing attention of intergovernmental establishments. It has a crucial and strategic importance in globalised business environment, academicians and developmental agencies are highly criticizing the concept of CSR, believing that the concept has been manipulated by multinational corporations and abused to enhance profitability. European Commission articulates Corporate Social Responsibility as “concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in their interaction with their stakeholders on a voluntary basis.” The corporate Social Responsibility does not mean to fulfill regulatory obligations but to go beyond that. As per McWilliams and Siegel (2001) CSR is just not to abide with the regulatory framework to appease government as a stakeholder but it‟s a notion to make a volunteer effort to fetch benefits to society beyond legal obligations and
PaperID
2013/02/202

Author Name
Pratyush Trivedi, Rashmi Badjatya, Avani Trivedi
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 2
Abstract
Introduction The way it was in the past, Government jobs were considered desirable and sufficient candidates (Not Much) could be found to fill most critical jobs. Moreover, once employed, workers would often spend their entire careers in govt. service. If in case there in some areas where there was turnover, new employees could be recruited easily The way it is...today there is a high demand in the public and private sectors for workers in critical areas such as health care, information technology, engineering, accounting, and auditing. The supply of manpower is in abundance (By increase of institution for MBA, Engineering and others) but quality personnel are limited and good workforce planning requires a twofold approach of aggressive recruitment and innovative retention strategies. Retention policies need to focus on elimination of unwanted turnover, as there is huge demand of talent.
PaperID
2013/02/203

Author Name
Barkha Gupta, Dr. Anukool M.Hyde
Year Of Publication
2013
Volume and Issue
Volume 1 Issue 2
Abstract
The success of any organization depends on how it attracts recruits, motivates, and retains its workforce. Thus, organizations are required to retain employees by addressing their work life issues. Quality of Work Life refers to the favorableness and unfavorablness of a job environment for the individual. Purpose: This research work aimed at exploring the key factors affecting Quality of Work Life of Managerial employees of Banks in Indore .Design and Methodology: The study is broadly based on primary data collected from a sample of 150 respondents by using convenient sampling from employees of Banks in Indore. Collected data was analyzed by using ANOVA and t-test with the help of SPSS. Results – The study reveals that a there is no significant impact of experience, age, gender, income and Managerial employees QWL Managerial employees of Private and Nationalized Banks enjoy same level of QWL. Implications- Quality of work life covers various aspects under the general umbrella of suppor
PaperID
2013/02/204

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