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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44247

An Analysis of The Factors Affecting Employee Morale During Covid-19 In Manufacturing Companies in Chennai

K.Famitha Begum, S.Vennilaa Shree


In this study, the relationship between variables influencing employee morale and employee morale in the manufacturing sector during COVID-19 is empirically investigated. The sample size of 200 employees was evaluated using the "Convenience Sampling Technique." Data were analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) Version 27 and the Spearman Rank Order Correlation Coefficient. The results showed that employee morale and casualization are strongly correlated. It was determined that all exogenous variable dimensions should be supported. All of this is done to increase employee morale. As a result, the study makes the following recommendations: Management should grant access to certain perks and benefits for casual workers, including health benefits, performance bonuses, transportation allowances, etc.; they should also be permitted to have a workers' union for collective bargaining; sustained compensation policies; work on reducing stigmatization, and focus on improving working conditions in order to achieve "high" employee morale.


Employee Morale, Covid-19, working conditions and Performance

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