Employee Engagement during Seasonal and Non-Seasonal Period With Reference to Sugar Industry in Tamil Nadu

  • S. C. Vetrivel, V. Krishnamoorthy, R. Somasundaram, M.Preethi


Employee engagement is the extent in which employees feel passionate and commitment towards their jobs, and committed to the organization, and put discretionary effort into their work. Employee engagement is not as same as employee satisfaction. Companies that understand the seasonality of their businesses can predict and time inventories, staffing, and other decisions to coincide with the expected seasonality of the associated activities, thereby reducing costs and increasing revenue. It is important to consider the effects of seasonality when analyzing stocks from a fundamental point of view because it can have a big impact on an investor's profits and portfolio. A business that experiences higher sales during certain seasons may appear to make significant gains during peak seasons and significant losses during off-peak seasons. If this is not taken into consideration, an investor may choose to buy or sell securities based on the activity at hand without accounting for the seasonal change that subsequently occurs as part of the company’s seasonal business cycle. Employee Satisfaction only indicates how happy ,this study is main objective is to identify the important dimensions of employee engagement and to knoe the impact of commitment through regression, This scale is used to measure employee engagement .as Likert type scale anchored on 5 – point rating scale, and finnaly sample of 124 is taken at the population of 300 and analysis has been done to find employee engagement towards their own job.