Organisational Behaviour Essay - Assignment

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ORGANISATIONALBEHAVIOUR
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................1CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................................8REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTION“Organizational behaviour” is an important approach to develop significant managementand recognition of human behaviour, values and beliefs in an organization. It concerns withorganization's people and its structure to deliver various organizational needs that providesatisfaction to the employees and increase productivity. This essay will explain the need ofemployees' job satisfaction and relevant example to highlight the same. It will also suggest somemeasures to increaseemployeesemployee’ssatisfaction in order to achieve strategic intent oforganization.MAIN BODYTo reduce the employee attrition rateEmployee attrition rate refers to the numberof the numberof employees left theorganisation during a certain time period. A higher employee attrition rate reflects thatcompany's employment policy is not good and the employees of the company are not satisfiedwith their job which is a negative indicator for an organisation(Chumg, 2016).The main objective of organisational behaviour is to deliver contentment to employees inorder to raise productivity and other organizational benefits. Organizational behaviourconsolidateconsolidatesvarious means to provide job satisfaction to employees for multipleadvantages. Organizational behaviour delivers proper ethical intellect to employees and thusdeveloping interpersonal skills in organization.Organisational behaviour implements different strategic policies to increase employees'satisfaction. Job satisfaction reduces the employee attrition rate. It refers to the number ofemployees leaving organization due to certain reasons(Christina, 2014). Organization mustreduce this rate to hold knowledge workers, to maintain customer engagements, to saveorganization's cost and time.For instance, the attrition rate of Nestle Oceania's which is a part of “Nestle”, world'slargest food manufacturing company has been decreased since 2008 to 2013 from 24% to 10.1 %respectively. Nestle has maintained its attrition rate by providing different perks to itsemployees. These perks and benefits deliver an ample of amount of satisfaction at workplace andhence results in the reduction of attrition rate.1
Reasons for attrition must be analysed and reduced by applying proper organizationalbehaviour concepts and approaches. Attrition rate can be reduced by applying human resourceapproach to partly fulfil the needs of employees at significant level(Majumdar, 2018).For the purpose of reducing attrition rate, company needs to higher most preferableemployees for any job position. This will help the company in providingea sort of satisfaction tothe employee. Because, a high profiled worker at lower level of job profile will get frustratedfrom tits job and will leave the company soon, and on the other hand, an unqualified workerwontwon’tbe able to perform its tasks in the company and it will fire the employee soon. Boththe condition will lead to increase the employee attrition rate in the organisationwhich is a badsign for Organisational behavioural practice of the business organisation. (AlNasseri and Aulin,2016).In order to provide a job satisfaction to employees and keep them with the company for along time, it is also important for them to pay the employees a satisfactory amount against theirwork in the company. It is the major factor for providing job satisfaction to an employee asgetting satisfactory compensation against their work is the major reason of the employees towork in the company. And if organisation pays a satisfactory amount, employee will not thinkabout leaving the company at any time.Giving importance to the employees is also a major part of organisational behaviour forproviding a sort of satisfaction to the employees. For example, Nestle provides job satisfactionto the employees by providing them a flexible working time. It has work oriented policies ratherthan time oriented policies. It leads to make the employee feel free regarding their timing andgive them a strong reason to stay with the company(Pan,2015).For the purpose of providing job satisfaction to the employees, it is must for the companyto show them a good career path through working in the company. In case,employeedoemployee doesnot find a good career opportunity with the company, they will want to findanother job which could become a ladder for their bright future.WhichThiswill result inreducing the job satisfaction and increase the attrition rate of the organisation.Providinggood communication network to all the employees is alsoandanimportantfactor for making the employees satisfied from their working in the company. For example,Nestle has adopted an open communication network within the organisation. It makes theemployee free to communicate with each other or the employees of higher level as well. It leads2
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