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Vol. 7, Issue 12 (2018)

A study on organizational climate as perceived by the employees of district agricultural offices in Meghalaya

Author(s):
Sachin VR, R Bordoloi, Ram Singh, RJ Singh and L Hemochandra
Abstract:
The study was conducted in Meghalaya during 2017-18 by taking the convenient sample size of 80 respondents selected from four purposively selected District Agricultural Offices in the state. The stratified random sampling with equal allocation technique was used to select 20 employees from each office and the results found that majority of employees belongs to old age, 12th passed, low experienced, low salary, very low trained, medium work load, high level of information seeking behaviour, medium career opportunities, high job satisfaction and high extension service orientation groups. Majority of employees perceived organizational climate at medium level followed by high, very high and low levels and the major problems expressed by the employees were lack of manpower, delay in promotion of employees, lack of proper training to the employees, lack of infrastructure, vacancies in department and poor connectivity and communication.
Pages: 142-147  |  362 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sachin VR, R Bordoloi, Ram Singh, RJ Singh, L Hemochandra. A study on organizational climate as perceived by the employees of district agricultural offices in Meghalaya. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(12):142-147.
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