CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES IN TEXTILE INDUSTRIES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RAJASTHAN AND GUJARAT
The "quality of life" refers to the extent to which relationships between individuals and organisational factors exist in the workplace to provide a workplace that meets individual needs (QWL). If all else is equal, it is assumed that if employees have a more positive attitude toward productivity increases, the organisation will be more effective. Researchers looked at pre-existing conditions and demographics to see how quality of life and work life are linked in Gujarat's textile industries in Rajkot, Surat, and Ahmedabad. The six categories of work-related factors include the working environment, welfare measures, safety measures, supervision, participation in decision-making, and intercommunication. The quality of an employee's work-life perception is strongly linked to both work-related and personal factors. It is possible to broaden the scope of Ahmedabad's textile industry in order to conduct future research with people from various backgrounds. To gain a better understanding of the corporate governance practises in Gujarat and Rajasthan's textile industries. Examine the differences in corporate governance practises in the textile industry between Gujarat and Rajasthan. Corporate Governance Guidelines in the Textile Industry are being implemented.