Employee Perception

Perception is a process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory impressions in order to give meaning to their environment. However, what one perceives can be substantially different from objective reality. This study was done to understand the employee perception with regard to various organizational aspects.

Implementing an employee perception survey can be used to gauge the current levels of satisfaction and identify opportunities for improvement as perceived by the employees.

Employees who aren’t satisfied with their jobs are very likely to leave. If they don’t leave they can become a source of bad morale and do a great deal of harm to the organization. In many cases employers without proper data will assume the wrong reasons for employee dissatisfaction. Many bosses will automatically think that money is the top reason for leaving a job. Surveying employees on a regular basis is important to stay in touch with the pulse of the business and to have real data and react accordingly. The actions of the employees like absenteeism and turnover are based on how they perceive things.

The main objective of this study was to study the level of employees’ perception about the various factors like working conditions, management, interpersonal relationships, pay and organizational culture. Employee opinion surveys deliver a successful means of measuring and acting upon, employees' current beliefs on many job-related subjects. Through this the managers could understand what the employees feel about the organization. Necessary remedial measures could be adopted by the organization in the negative areas. Through this the company would achieve better results in terms of profit and quality.

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