One of the biggest problems that any business can have to deal with is bad employee relations. This is especially true for a small & medium business where most likely every employee knows each other. The bottom line is that a good employee relations in work place is essential to any business. Every individual at the workplace shares a certain relationship with his fellow workers. Human beings are not machines who can start working just at the push of a mere button. They need people to talk to, discuss ideas with each other and share their happiness and sorrows. An individual cannot work on his own, he needs people around. If the organization is all empty, you will not feel like sitting there and working. An isolated environment demotivates an individual and spreads negativity around. It is essential that people are comfortable with each other and work together as a single unit towards a common goal. The researcher has identified lack of good employee relation in the organization. The researcher considers it as a reason for company’s low productivity, increase in labour cost and total cost of goods sold. It is leading to high price fixation. When compared to other competitors, their product price is little high. They are in the compulsion to reduce the cost and increase the Employee relations to get competitive advantage and High productivity from the limited sources. This made me to involve in this project to know about the employee relations and this would help them to overcome from the problem. The main objective of this study is to identify the employee relations between the employees and employer and to know the attributes that influence a good employee relations. The researcher have chosen descriptive research design for studying the attitude of the employee. Probabilistic sampling design has been used to conduct the research. The study contains a sample size of 150 employees. Simple random sampling is adopted as sampling technique. It is also known probability sampling where each and every item in the population has an equal chance of inclusion in the sample and each one of possible samples in case finite universes, has the same probability of being selected. The data was collected from the both primary and secondary sources. The following statistical tools were used:   Percentage Analysis Chi-square Test

Good employee relationship in a business organization is an attitude of emotional readiness, which enables an employee to improve his productivity. Employee Relations is necessary in an organisation as salt to food. As one can’t imagine eating food without salt, a company cannot run without maintaining Employee Relations.

The development of sophisticated HRM, and the use of high commitment management practices, portends a transformation in the management of employment relations. Whereas in the past the managerial agenda was dominated by the need to deal with accommodating the trade unions, the key emphasis now, it is claimed, is concerned with engaging employees, and building their organizational commitment as a key source of improved business performance. The nature of employment relations makes it difficult for managers to pursue effective long-term and strategic approaches. On the one hand, managers view their employees as valued assets whose cooperation and consent is deemed essential to achieving organizational objectives. On the other hand, managers also have to exercise control over the workforce, exploiting and discarding them as necessary.

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