BBA 1st Year Business Ethics Work Life in Indian Philosophy Very Short Question Answer : BBA Business Ethics Book Coded 107 First Semester Important Questions With Answer Paper.
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Section-A (Very Short Answer Questions (BBA Notes)
Q.1. What do you understand by work ethos?
Ans. Work ethos or work culture refers to certain norms o behaviour governing the conduct of workers Involved in work SltUalion5 achieve certain desired obfrctives. in other words, work culture is the Involvement of a workman with work. The degree of one’s involvement influences his performance to give high or low productivity, high or low quality. Le higher the degree of involvement, higher will be th. productivity and quality.
Sometimes, work culture Is also concerned with a worker’s loyalty and sense of belonglogness towards the organisatlon by ht behaviour.
Q2. What do you mean by Indian philosophy of work life?
Ans. As India continues to emerge as a global economic power, understanding the dynamics between work and personal life specific to this culture is inceasi9ngly important. In India. the work4ifr agenda is very much aligned with the social and institutional context of the country. This briefing provides background for understanding how work-life issues are perceived and researched in India, and offers recommendations for organizations seeking to implement work-Ilk initiatives there.
Q.3. What are the different dimensions of work ethos?
Ans.. Following are the dimensions of work ethics:
- Protecting the Interest of the Organisation:
Interest of organisatlon must be the top agenda of employees. Their activities must focus on the protection of the interests of the orgmlsedoo and its stakeholders. Workers can protect the mterest of their organisation through higher productivity and qu.ilfty of a product. They should make their best eth)rts in this regard.
- (b) Work Ethics through Appropriate System (Clear cut policies, rules and regulations, reward system etc are supportive in establishing work ethics. Clarity of these will make work-ethics more purposeful
- (c) Work Ethics in Terms of Proper Communication System : Communication system Is said to be the lifeline of an organisation. Proper oummunicatloit channel will promote work ethics In the organbatinii. Any misunderstanding. mistrust suspicion etc. may be eliminated through communication system
Q.4.W hat are the steps for improving work Culture?
Ans. Management must take some steps to improve the work culture in the organization. Following steps may be taken:
(a) In order to improve work ethos, wages should be linked with productivity. “Higher wages for higher productivity” should be the policy of the organization
(b) In order to reduce absenteeism, attendance bonus should be introduced.