• Thriveni P. Doctoral Research Scholar, Institute of Management & Commerce, Srinivas University, Mangalore, Karnataka, India.
  • Dr. Linus Benedicta DSouza Research Professor, Institute of Management & Commerce, Srinivas University, Mangalore, Karnataka, India




Employees Attitude, Job Satisfaction, Employees Performance, Training Centre, Job-Commitment


Purpose: Employees attitude is very important role of every organisation because it includes staff from various categories. A large amount of infrastructure, maintenance work, risk management. Accidental control priorities. Employees play a crucial part in the production centre. Employees are involved in production care, material care, administrative care. Employees attitude is crucial for training centre because it influences both the product care quality and students satisfaction.

Design/methodology/approach: The proposed study is designed to evaluate Employees Attitude Towards Workplace at Government Tool Room & Training Centre (GTTC) Mysore. A survey method of research with a structured questionnaire is used to collect the primary data from 44 employees at the Mysore Centre. Non-probability sampling method, a Judgemental or purposive method of sampling is adopted for the study.

Descriptive statistics, followed by the F test and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) at a 95 level of confidence are used to evaluate Employees Attitude and job satisfaction.

Findings/Result: From the study it is concluded that employee’s attitude as well as job satisfaction among the employees of GTTC are at its infant stage of development.

Originality: The research study is based on the conceptual model related to employees attitude, organizational culture, best human resource practices, and Employee job satisfaction as the outcome, with a specific case analysis of GTTC Mysore.


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Thriveni P., & Dr. Linus Benedicta DSouza. (2024). EMPLOYEES ATTITUDE TOWARDS WORK - A CASE STUDY. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 10(3). https://doi.org/10.21276/IERJ24316191458750