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internet and other related books. Oil seals and Power Transmission Accessories in India The main purpose of this study is to find the absenteeism rate in FENNER (INDIA) LIMITED. . etc. It is the one of the largest manufacturer of Industrial and Automotive VBelts. Since the study was about the absenteeism of employees . the data were collected from all the employees in the organization. This study has been compiled with the help of primary data and secondary data. The Secondary sources of data were collected through company profile. After analyzing the data general specific findings are sought out through interpretation. The collected data has been analyzed using various statistical tools like chi-square test and graphs like pie chart. Suggestions and recommendations are formulated from the summary of findings. organization Website.ABOUT THE PROJECT This project work has been conducted in FENNER (INDIA) LIMITED.

7% of the total industrial output of the country. the country occupies the fourth position. is likely to grow significantly in the years ahead. But in the recent past the country has been transforming itself into a major rubber product exporter as well. catering to the needs of the vast domestic market. The total employment generation by the rubber product manufacturing industry is 465. The natural rubber / synthetic rubber consumption ratio is 75:25.0 kg. As far as consumption of natural and synthetic rubber together is concerned. the industry has been mostly inward oriented. including 58 tyre factories. India is the fourth largest producer of natural rubber and the third largest consumer of the polymer. with its large population.000. which is about 1.7 billion. the market for rubber products in India. turning out products worth US$ 7. while globally the ratio stands at 44:56. The per capita consumption of rubber remaining at 1. . At present there are over 4300 manufacturing units. thanks to the economic policies being pursued by the government and the market integration brought about by the WTO / Regional Trade Agreements. in the year 1920. Although.INDUSTRY PROFILE The rubber industry is one of the key sectors of the Indian economy. rubber product manufacture started in India.

molded rubber products and fenaplast conveyor belting. Fenner India has regularly introduced state-of-the-art latest products both for domestic and international markets. In 1929.COMPANY PROFILE  Fenner (India) Limited is the largest manufacturer of Industrial and Automotive V-Belts. JH fenner & co (India) ltd was established in Kolkata to supply industry with products imported from fenner head quarters in UK later in 1955. the company started functioning under the name fenner cockily limited and a factory was established at Madurai in 1956 to manufacture over belling. Europe. The company is a pioneer and has been a market leader both in terms of new product development and market reach.    . including North and South America. Fenner India is also one of the big exporters of V-Belts and Auto Belts in the country with products being exported to over 40 countries. o-rings. Oilseals and Power Transmission Accessories in India. oil seals. The company gradually started expanding project range by manufacturing fan belt with cable cord construction. Today eight out of ten automobiles in India have at least one Fenner Belt or Oil Seal in it. spindle taps and industrial v-belts. Apart from being the domestic market leader. Press belts. Australia and South Africa.

Chennai and Hyderabad. Fenner India has 3 state-of-art manufacturing facilities at Madurai. Fenner is undoubtedly the market Leader in India. With a large Sales and Distribution network across the country and a strong brand image. which is the largest facility today. International organization for standardization environment standards (ISO14001) in the year 2004 and occupational health safety and system (OHSAS 18001) in the year 2006. The first manufacturing facility was established in 1955 in the 'Temple City' Madurai. Fenner has acquired an international organization for standardization technique specification 16949(ISOTS/16949) in the year 2003. southern India. Products For the Indian market Industrial Power Transmission Products Belts Power Transmission Accessories Automotive Products Automotive Belts Oil seals .

Health and efficiency of the worker is affected by the irregularity of the workers attendance. While an employee is been absent from work the output from the employee towards the production is lost. the loss to workers absenteeism is quite obvious when the workers fail to attend to the regular work. Further the efficiency and discipline of the company suffers a great loss. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY Primary objective: The Study aims at assessing the level absenteeism among workers. To find out the rate of Absenteeism in Fenner India ltd To identify the various factors that lead to Absenteeism. Hence. As ´No work No payµ is usually the general rule. .STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Study of Absenteeism among Industrial Worker is very important in terms of both the industries and the employees. To identify the variables that reduces the rate of Absenteeism To find out causes of Absenteeism & suggest remedies to reduce it. Secondary objective: To conduct a detailed study on Absenteeism of Fenner India ltd. there income is reduced and the workers become still poorer.

The study aims to work on the feedback given by the employees and come up with valuable suggestions for the improvement of the Absenteeism.   LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY   The study was limited only to fenner (India) ltd only. Survey and study has been carried out in a span of only 1 month due to time constraint.   . The study emphasizes to reveal the reasons behind the absenteeism in fenner (India) ltd.SCOPE OF THE STUDY  The study attempts to analyze the effectiveness and employee·s individual opinion about reason for the absenteeism. The sample under consideration may not reflect the whole population. As sampling is taken as an element of the study there might always be sampling errors.

if one single man remains absent without prior notice the whole operation process is distributed. .Some Definitions of Absenteeism: ´Absenteeismµ is a practice or a habit of being an ´absenceµ and an ´absenteeµ is one who habitually stays away. . . workers cost increases and thus efficiency of operations is affected. due to Absenteeism.WEBSTER·S DICTIONARY ¶Absenteeism· is the failure of a worker to report for work when he is scheduled to work. This Absenteeism results in production losses because.LABOUR BUREAU SIMLA According to PICOARS AND MAYERS: Unexpected absence disturbs the efficiency of the group as the jobs are inter connected.

This approach was used in the research. Secondary data were also collected from journals. It seeks to describe a field or a problem by using questionnaires. Methods of Data Collection: Primary Sources:The primary sources are discussion with employees.RESEARCH METHODOLOGY NATURE OF RESEARCH: Descriptive Approach: is a fact finding investigation with adequate interpretation. company websites and also discussion with the management of the organization. SAMPLING DESIGN: Sample Size: 50 respondents of workers from various departments and categories Sampling Procedure:The procedure adopted in the present study is probability sampling. every item of the frame has an equal chance of inclusion in the sample. which is also known as chance sampling. magazines and books. . data·s collected through questionnaire. Secondary Sources:The secondary data mainly consists of data and information collected from records. Under this sampling design.

Chi-square test . Charts ² Bar Charts and Pie Chart.COLLECTIONS OF QUESTIONNAIRES AND SCHEDULES: A questionnaire comprising of 20 questions were framed covering various aspects of the employees work. ANALYSIS ANALYSIS TOOLS: The primary data is analyzed by using simple percentage analysis.

FINDINGS 42% of the employees take leave due to health problem. .


For this the company may provide incentives to the employees. so the company may concentrate on welfare programs for employees. Allocation of overtime may be reduced.SUGGESTIONS Only 36% of the employees are satisfied with their wages. like conducting medical check ups regularly and may have campaign related to health and safety measures while working. . From the findings it·s found that more number of employees is absent due to health problems. As most of the employees feel it stress full.

CONCLUSION Employee·s regular presence is a must to every company as work progress can take place effectively only if the employees are working without any break. Studying the absenteeism helps to find out the reason for major absenteeism and eliminate them. . There by the absenteeism rate is very low. And this benefits both the organization and the employee. Same wise an employee can excel in his job and can know his level of expertise in his job only he goes to work regularly.

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