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Title: Communication In Organisation
Authors: Gude, U.P.
Keywords: School of Social Sciences
Desai, K.G.
Issue Date: 1982
Abstract: OBJECTIVES 1) To study and analyse the channels and media of communication existing in the organisation. 2) To find out whether tne workers are correctly informed or not. 3) To ascertain the opinion of the management /supervisors, 4) To test the validity of the hypothesis that the workers with longer span of service are better informed than those with the shorter span. N.B. (1) Workers having longer span of service - 5 years and above. (2) Workers having shorter span of service - more than 1 year but less than 3 years. Scope of the Study: This study was conducted in a pnarmaceutical and chemical company at Thane-Belapur Road, Thane. Conclusion: Based on the foregoing findings the following conclusions were drawn: 1) Extent of information on the whole was very satisfactory. 2) Formal channels of communication were more prevalent to a large extent in the organisation. 3) Personnel Department, Supervisors play an important role in communication to the workers. 4) Workers' respondent with longer span of service were on the whole better informed than those with shorter span.
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