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Occupational Health and Importance of a Healthy Workplace

Occupational Health and Importance of a Healthy Workplace Employees of iron and steel plant, despite vast differences in their physical, social, cultural, economic, and religious environments, face virtually the same kinds of workplace occupational health hazards. These hazards are traditionally categorized into four broad types namely (i) chemical, (ii) biological, (iii) physical, and (iv) psycho-social. …

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Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee Performance

Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee Performance Organizational culture comprises the unwritten customs, behaviours and beliefs which determine the ‘rules of the game’ for decision making, structure, and power. It includes a system of ideas and concepts, customs, traditions, procedures and habits for functioning in a specific macro culture. It is implicit, invisible, intrinsic, and …

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Corporate Communication and Public Relations

Corporate Communication and Public Relations A major criterion for the success of an organization is the perception of the public about the organization. What the general public, competitors, and employees perceive about the organization is what defines its respectability, its position, and ultimately its success. The primary objective of corporate communication and public relations is …

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Organizational Decision Making

Organizational Decision Making Decision making is a fundamental function of the management. It is the basic activity of the management. It reflects the success and failure of the management and the organization which mainly hinges upon the quality of decisions. The decision making role of the management is the ‘heart’ of the executive activities in …

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Management of Industrial Relations

Management of Industrial Relations  A large number of employees are needed for the functioning of an industrial organization. For the organization to perform well, management and the employees need to have pleasant relations. The control and the managing of human relation between the employees and the management are known as industrial relations. Industrial relations form …

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The Analytic Hierarchy Process

The Analytic Hierarchy Process All the people are decision makers fundamentally. Everything they do consciously or unconsciously is the result of some decision. The information they gather is for helping them to understand the occurrences, in order to develop good judgements to make decisions about those occurrences. Not all the information is useful for improving …

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Assessment and Management of Risks

Assessment and Management of Risks Risk is a situation involving exposure to danger. It implies that there is the possibility that something unpleasant is going to happen. The idea of risk embodies uncertainty about how the future is going to unfold in an increasingly complex, dynamic, and fast-changing environment. All technological developments have hazards associated …

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Employee Innovativeness in the organization

Employee Innovativeness in the organization Due to a rapidly changing economic environment and globalization and challenges emerging because of them, it has become of uttermost importance to enhance the profitability and productivity of the organization. Being inflexible and not adaptable to change is a step towards disaster for an organization. With the increasing competing demands …

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Types of Workplace Communication

Types of Workplace Communication Communication is the process of sharing ideas, information, and messages with others in a particular time and place. It can be defined as the process of transmitting information and common understanding from one entity to another. The essence of communication is that it is a process or an activity which serves …

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Role of Technological Discipline in Process Performance

Role of Technological Discipline in Process Performance A steel plant consists of a large number of processes. The steel plant organization is required to attain certain levels of productivity, safety and quality in the processes for achieving overall organizational performance level which can cause employees, investors, customers and other stake holder a sense of pride …

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