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NAME OF TABLES & GRAPHS The key competencies required for each job
are already identified?
There are mechanisms that help employees 2. develop their potential for the next round of job?
Employees regularly receive feedback about their potential for higher level jobs?
Job rotation is practiced widely to help people develop their potential in new areas?
The appraisal system provides an opportunity 5. for self-review and reflection?
Promotions are based strictly on need rather 6. than to reward individuals?
the best of an employee? . The company relates reward to your performance? What kind of an appraisal system will bring out 10. express his developmental needs? The appraisal system provides a rational basis 8. for salary recommendations? 9.The appraisal procedure allows the appraise to 7.
details of the research design and questionnaire used for the survey are provided. in this chapter. the greater will be the employee morale.1 INTRODUCTION The conceptual schema of this study focuses on the development of a theoretical organisational culture model as a systematic way in measuring the employees' morale. Examining the relationship between the organisational culture and employee morale should contribute to our knowledge of the relationship that exists between them. organisational culture dimensions are independent variables and employees' morale dimensions are a dependent variable. Also. In this theoretical framework. . Also. The model suggests that the greater the extent to which these eight dimensions of organisational culture are present. The present study thus attempts to bridge the gap by providing a basis for a thorough and insightful discernment of organisational culture and employee morale. we discuss sample and data collection procedures and operational measures of variables used in the study as well as the statistical tests used to evaluate the hypothesis.
2 THE OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY The basic aim of this research is to assess the impact of the level of organizational culture on an employee¶s morale in selected banks and to find the relationship between them. . To study the level of morale among the employees of public and private sector banks.3. the various objectives which would be fulfilled by this report are: 1. 4. 2. 3. So. To find out the relationship between organizational culture and employee morale in the respective banks. To study the difference in the perceptions of employees regarding the organizational culture at public and private sector banks. To study the difference in the perceptions of the manager and staff level employees regarding organizational culture.
2. There is no difference in perception regarding the organizational culture between the staff level and manager level. 3. The strong organizational culture is positively correlated with the high morale of the employees. 4. Private sector banks would manifest a better organizational culture than public sector banks.3 RESEARCH HYPOTHESES 1. Private sector banks would have a higher level of employee morale than public sector banks. There is no difference in perception regarding the employee morale between the staff level and manager level. .3. 5.