Work Environment Setting Variables among Police Personnel
Anchal Thakur , Aakriti Thakur, Dr. Piyush Mehta
Police Personnel, Variables, Work Environment Settings.
The work environment is the total tool and material that are encountered, the surroundings where a person works, his or her work methods, and work arrangements both as individuals and as groups. The work environment can create a binding working relationship between the people within the community. The environment always gives a significant influence on anyone. The organization will not grow well if the work environment around it is not conducive; a good work environment determines the level of employee performance. Employees can work optimally if the work environment is comfortable and supportive because employees feel satisfied with the work environment. Therefore, a working environment should be good and conducive to work because a good working environment will make the employee comfortable and has spirit to do each of his or her duties. The aim of the present research paper is to identify work environment setting among Police Personnel in the state of Himachal Pradesh, with the sample size of 288 respondents. The analysis of the study has been done with the help of the Working Environment Scale-10 (WES-10) developed by Moos in 1994, which consists of ten dimensions namely; Involvement, Peer Cohesion, Supervisor Support, Autonomy, Task Orientation, Work Pressure, Clarity, Managerial control, Innovation and Physical Comfort. Therefore, these ten dimensions were identified with the help of Likert scale ranking analysis. The findings revealed that from these ten works environment dimensions i.e. work pressure; supervisor support and Peer Cohesion were ranked in their ascending order as Ist, IInd and IIIrd. Therefore, it is concluded that police personnel give more importance to these above stated work environment dimensions.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1039 - 1042
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