PROBLEMS OF EMPLOYEES IN SOFTWARE INDUSTRIES IN CHENNAI CITY
For academic staff especially in software industries, it needs to be productive; they need to have stressful works and attached task. Employee perception of problems, such as health and work related issues, may impact performance at work, which could lead to a decrease in publications, a drop in quality, and a reduction in research funding. To learn how, or whether, the perceived decline is impacted by the stated issues, whether alone or in conjunction with motivation for work and job attitudes, few research have focused on productivity loss within academic personnel. Performance in software industries is very variable and is impacted by alterations to health and employment position, necessitating this type of design. Employees who encountered related to health or work environment issues also had greater degrees of motivation, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment, which were linked to lower levels of output loss. Employees in software industries with a combination of issues showed much fewer instances of productivity loss when they had strong levels of dedication and drive at work. In conclusion, work motivation, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment all have an impact on decreased productivity among academic employees. These factors appear to buffer, or moderate, the decline in productivity for this group of employees, in addition to health-related issues or issues with the workplace.
Employees, Performance, Software Industries, Productivity, Issues, Health.