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CHAPTER IV

DATA ANALYSIS ANT INTERPRETATION

TABLE 4.1

AGE OF THE RESPONDENT

Age
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Below 15 13.0 20.0 20.0
25
25-35 25 21.7 33.3 53.3
Valid 35-45 21 18.3 28.0 81.3
Above 14 12.2 18.7 100.0
45
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above table that can be interpreted that the age of the respondent is 20% of the respondent
are below 25, 30% of the respondent are 25-35, 28 % of the respondent are35-40 and 19 % of
the respondent are above 45,

CHART 4.1
AGE OF THE RESPONDENT

TABLE 4.2
GENDER

Gender
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Male 39 33.9 52.0 52.0
Valid Female 36 31.3 48.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION
The above table that can be interpreted that the gender of the respondent is 52 % of the
respondent are male , 48 % of the respondent are female.

CHART 4.2
GENDER

TABLE 4.3
MARITAL STATUS OF THE RESPONDENT

Marital
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Married 39 33.9 52.0 52.0
Unmarrie 36 31.3 48.0 100.0
Valid
d
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above table that can be interpreted that the marital status of the respondent is 52 % of the
respondent are married and 48 % of the respondent are unmarried

CHART 4.3
MARITAL STATUS OF THE RESPONDENT
TABLE 4.4
DESIGNATIONS OF THE RESPONDNET

Designations
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Manager 20 17.4 26.7 26.7
Supervisor 21 18.3 28.0 54.7
Accountan 16 13.9 21.3 76.0
Valid
t
Others 18 15.7 24.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0
INTERPRETATION

The above table that can be interpreted that the designation of the respondent is 27 % of the
respondent are manager , 28 % of the respondent are supervisor , 21% of the respondent are
accountant and 24 % of the respondent are others .

CHART 4.4
DESIGNATIONS OF THE RESPONDNET

TABLE 4.5
EDUCATIONAL OF THE RESPONDET

Educational
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
10th 14 12.2 18.7 18.7
12th 19 16.5 25.3 44.0
Diploma 14 12.2 18.7 62.7
Valid
UG 14 12.2 18.7 81.3
PG 14 12.2 18.7 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above table that can be interpreted that the Educational qualification of the respondent is
19 % of the respondent are studied 10 th , 25 % of the respondent are studied 12 th, 19 % of the
respondent are studied diploma, 19 % of the respondent are studied UG, 19 % of the
respondent are studied pg.

CHART 4.5
EDUCATIONAL OF THE RESPONDET

TABLE 4.6

EXPERIENCE OF THE RESPONDNET

Experience
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Less than 5 19 16.5 25.3 25.3
years
Valid 5-10 years 22 19.1 29.3 54.7
10-15 years 16 13.9 21.3 76.0
Above 16 years 18 15.7 24.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the experience of the respondent is 25 % of the
respondent are Less than 5 years, 29 % of the respondent is experience is 5-10 years, 21 % of the
respondent are experience is 10-15 years and 24 % of the respondent are experience is above 16
years.

CHART 4.6
EXPERIENCE OF THE RESPONDNET
TABLE 4.7

TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT

Employment
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Permanent 19 16.5 25.3 25.3
Probationar 18 15.7 24.0 49.3
y
Valid Temporary 13 11.3 17.3 66.7
Contract 10 8.7 13.3 80.0
Others 15 13.0 20.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the employment of the respondent is 25 % of the
respondent are permanent employee ,24 % of the respondent Probationary employee , 17 % of
the respondent are Temporary employee and 13 % of the respondent are contract employee and
13 % of the respondent are others .
CHART 4.7

TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT
TABLE 4.8

MONTHLY INCOME OF THE RESPONDENT

income
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Less Than 16 13.9 21.3 21.3
10,000
10,000-20,000 20 17.4 26.7 48.0
Valid 20,000-30,000 9 7.8 12.0 60.0
20,000-30,000 14 12.2 18.7 78.7
Above 40,000 16 13.9 21.3 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the monthly income of the respondent is 21% of the
respondent are monthly income is less than 10000, 28% of the respondent are monthly income
is less than 10000-20000, 12 % of the respondent are monthly income is less than 20000-30000,
19 % of the respondent are monthly income is less than20000-30000 and 22 % of the
respondent are monthly income is above 40000,
CHART 4.8

MONTHLY INCOME OF THE RESPONDENT


TABLE 4.9

TRAINING OF THE RESPONDET

Training
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
One day 13 11.3 17.3 17.3
1-3 Days 17 14.8 22.7 40.0
1 Week 12 10.4 16.0 56.0
Valid
1 Month 16 13.9 21.3 77.3
3 Month 17 14.8 22.7 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the training of the respondent is 17 % of the
respondent are says that training period is one day ,23 % of the respondent are says that training
period is 1-3 days, 16 % of the respondent are says that training period is 1 week ,21 % of the
respondent are says that training period is one month and 23 % of the respondent are says that
training period is three month.
CHART 4.9

TRAINING OF THE RESPONDET


TABLE 4.10

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE MOST DAMAGING CONSEQUENCE OF


ATTRITION FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION

Attrition
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Waiting Period Before 15 13.0 20.0 20.0
the Next Incumbent
Takes Charge & Starts
to Deliver
Cost of Hiring the Next 18 15.7 24.0 44.0
Incumbent
Cost of training the 14 12.2 18.7 62.7
Valid Next incumbent
Impact of the 13 11.3 17.3 80.0
Transition on the End
Product/Service
Quality
Impact on Existing 15 13.0 20.0 100.0
Customer/Client Base
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the most damaging consequence of Attrition for
your Organizations 20 % of the respondent are says that Waiting Period Before the Next
Incumbent Takes Charge & Starts to Deliver ,24 % of the respondent are says that Cost of Hiring
the Next Incumbent, 19 % of the respondent are says that Cost of training the Next incumbent
,17 % of the respondent are says that training period is Transition on the End Product/Service
Quality and 20 % of the respondent are says that Impact on Existing Customer/Client Base.
CHART 4.10

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE MOST DAMAGING CONSEQUENCE OF


ATTRITION FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION
TABLE 4.11

STATE THE MAJOR REASON OF ATTRITION IN YOUR COMPANY

reason
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Employees 15 13.0 20.0 20.0
expectation of the job
Absence of conducive 17 14.8 22.7 42.7
workplace environment
Valid Lack of career growth 15 13.0 20.0 62.7
Odd working 15 13.0 20.0 82.7
Stress and work-life 13 11.3 17.3 100.0
balance
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the major reason of attrition in your company 20 %
of the respondent are says that Employees expectation of the job ,23 % of the respondent are
says that Absence of conducive workplace environment , 20 % of the respondent are says that
Lack of career growth ,20 % of the respondent are says that training Odd working and 17 % of
the respondent are says that Stress and work-life balance.
CHART 4.11

STATE THE MAJOR REASON OF ATTRITION IN YOUR COMPANY


TABLE 4.12

THE EA SYSTEM HELPS IN FAST AND BETTER DECISION MAKING

decision
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 17 14.8 22.7 22.7
disagree
Disagree 19 16.5 25.3 48.0
Valid Neither nor 14 12.2 18.7 66.7
Agree 11 9.6 14.7 81.3
Strongly Agree 14 12.2 18.7 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA system helps in fast and better
decision making is 23 % of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 26 % of the
respondent are says that disagree, 19 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 15 % of the
respondent are says that agree and 19 % of the respondent are says that strongly agree.
CHART 4.12

THE EA SYSTEM HELPS IN FAST AND BETTER DECISION MAKING


TABLE 4.13

EA HELPS IN ENHANCED PRODUCTIVITY OR SERVICE QUALITY

quality
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 15 13.0 20.0 20.0
disagree
Disagree 21 18.3 28.0 48.0
Valid Neither nor 10 8.7 13.3 61.3
Agree 14 12.2 18.7 80.0
StronglyAgree 15 13.0 20.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion EA helps in enhanced productivity or
service quality is 20 % of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 28 % of the respondent
are says that disagree, 13% of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 19 % of the respondent
are says that agree and 20% of the respondent are says that strongly agree.
CHART 4.13

EA HELPS IN ENHANCED PRODUCTIVITY OR SERVICE QUALITY


TABLE 4.14

IMPLEMENTING RESULTS IN SHARING BEST PRACTICES

practices
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 13 11.3 17.3 17.3
disagree
Disagree 20 17.4 26.7 44.0
Valid Neither nor 11 9.6 14.7 58.7
Agree 15 13.0 20.0 78.7
Strongly Agree 16 13.9 21.3 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion Implementing Results in sharing best
practices is 17% of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 27 % of the respondent are
says that disagree, 15 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 20 % of the respondent are
says that agree and 21% of the respondent are says that strongly agree.
CHART 4.14

IMPLEMENTING RESULTS IN SHARING BEST PRACTICES


TABLE 4.15

EA MAKES IT EASY TO EA DIFFERENT MARKET TYPES

market
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 16 13.9 21.3 21.3
disagree
Disagree 19 16.5 25.3 46.7
Valid Neither nor 13 11.3 17.3 64.0
Agree 13 11.3 17.3 81.3
StronglyAgree 14 12.2 18.7 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA makes it easy to EA different
market types is 21% of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 25 % of the respondent are
says that disagree, 17 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 17 % of the respondent are
says that agree and 19% of the respondent are says that strongly agree.

CHART 4.15

EA MAKES IT EASY TO EA DIFFERENT MARKET TYPES


TABLE 4.16

EA HELPS IN INCREASED INNOVATION BY THE EMPLOYEES

innovation
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 13 11.3 17.3 17.3
disagree
Disagree 20 17.4 26.7 44.0
Valid
Neither nor 14 12.2 18.7 62.7
Agree 15 13.0 20.0 82.7
StronglyAgree 13 11.3 17.3 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA helps in increased innovation
by the employees is 17% of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 27 % of the
respondent are says that disagree, 19 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 20 % of the
respondent are says that agree and 17 % of the respondent are says that strongly agree.

CHART 4.16

EA HELPS IN INCREASED INNOVATION BY THE EMPLOYEES


TABLE 4.17

APPLICATION OF EA SYSTEM RESULTS IN INCREASED MARKET SHARE

results
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 16 13.9 21.3 21.3
disagree
Disagree 21 18.3 28.0 49.3
Valid Neither nor 8 7.0 10.7 60.0
Agree 15 13.0 20.0 80.0
Strongly Agree 15 13.0 20.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0
INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about Application of EA system results
in increased market share is 21 % of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 28 % of the
respondent are says that disagree, 11 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 20 % of the
respondent are says that agree and 20 % of the respondent are says that strongly agree.
CHART 4.17

APPLICATION OF EA SYSTEM RESULTS IN INCREASED MARKET SHARE


TABLE 4.18

EA INCREASES THE LEARNING/ADAPTATION CAPABILITY OF EMPLOYEE

capability
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 13 11.3 17.3 17.3
disagree
Disagree 17 14.8 22.7 40.0
Valid Neither nor 13 11.3 17.3 57.3
Agree 16 13.9 21.3 78.7
StronglyAgree 16 13.9 21.3 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA increases the
learning/adaptation capability of employee is 17 % of the respondent are says that strongly
disagree, 23 % of the respondent are says that disagree, 17 % of the respondent are says that
Neither nor, 21 % of the respondent are says that agree and 21 % of the respondent are says that
strongly agree.
CHART 4.18

APPLICATION OF EA SYSTEM RESULTS IN INCREASED MARKET SHARE

TABLE 4.19

EA HELPS IN BETTER STAFF ATTRACTION

attraction
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 17 14.8 22.7 22.7
Valid
disagree
Disagree 18 15.7 24.0 46.7
Neither nor 13 11.3 17.3 64.0
Agree 12 10.4 16.0 80.0
StronglyAgree 15 13.0 20.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA helps in better staff attraction
is 23 % of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 24 % of the respondent are says that
disagree, 17 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 16 % of the respondent are says that
agree and 20 % of the respondent are says that strongly agree

CHART 4.19

EA HELPS IN BETTER STAFF ATTRACTION


TABLE 4.20

EA RESULTS IN ENHANCED COLLABORATION WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION

collaboration
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 12 10.4 16.0 16.0
disagree
Disagree 22 19.1 29.3 45.3
Valid Neither nor 18 15.7 24.0 69.3
Agree 10 8.7 13.3 82.7
StronglyAgree 13 11.3 17.3 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA results in enhanced
collaboration within the organization is 16 % of the respondent are says that strongly disagree,
29 % of the respondent are says that disagree, 24 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor,
13 % of the respondent are says that agree and 17 % of the respondent are says that strongly
agree
CHART 4.20

EA RESULTS IN ENHANCED COLLABORATION WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION


TABLE 4.21

EA HELPS TO ADDRESS THE COMMUNICATION GAP IN THE ORGANIZATION

communication
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 13 11.3 17.3 17.3
disagree
Disagree 22 19.1 29.3 46.7
Valid Neither nor 11 9.6 14.7 61.3
Agree 15 13.0 20.0 81.3
StronglyAgree 14 12.2 18.7 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0
INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about communication gap in the
organization is 17 % of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 29 % of the respondent
are says that disagree, 15 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 20 % of the respondent
are says that agree and 19 % of the respondent are says that strongly agree
CHART 4.21

EA HELPS TO ADDRESS THE COMMUNICATION GAP IN THE ORGANIZATION


TABLE 4.22

EA HELPS IN CONSTANT AND CONTINUOUS TRANSFORMATION OF


INDIVIDUAL LEARNING TO ORGANIZATIONAL

learning
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 17 14.8 22.7 22.7
disagree
Disagree 19 16.5 25.3 48.0
Valid Neither nor 14 12.2 18.7 66.7
Agree 11 9.6 14.7 81.3
Strongly Agree 14 12.2 18.7 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0

INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about constant and continuous
transformation of individual learning is 23% of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 25
% of the respondent are says that disagree, 19 % of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 15
% of the respondent are says that agree and 19 % of the respondent are says that strongly agree
CHART 4.22

EA HELPS IN CONSTANT AND CONTINUOUS TRANSFORMATION OF


INDIVIDUAL LEARNING TO ORGANIZATIONAL
TABLE 4.23

EA RESULTS IN INCREASED DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY AND


ACCOUNTABILITY TO INDIVIDUALS

authority
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 12 10.4 16.0 16.0
disagree
Disagree 18 15.7 24.0 40.0
Valid Neither nor 14 12.2 18.7 58.7
Agree 17 14.8 22.7 81.3
StronglyAgree 14 12.2 18.7 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0
INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA results in increased delegation
of authority and accountability to individuals is 16 % of the respondent are says that strongly
disagree, 24 % of the respondent are says that disagree, 19 % of the respondent are says that
Neither nor, 23 % of the respondent are says that agree and 19 % of the respondent are says that
strongly agree
CHART 4.23

EA RESULTS IN INCREASED DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY AND


ACCOUNTABILITY TO INDIVIDUALS
TABLE 4.24

EA HELPS TO ACHIEVE BETTER STANDARDS

better
Frequenc Percent Valid Cumulative
y Percent Percent
Strongly 15 13.0 20.0 20.0
disagree
Disagree 17 14.8 22.7 42.7
Valid Neither nor 10 8.7 13.3 56.0
Agree 15 13.0 20.0 76.0
StronglyAgree 18 15.7 24.0 100.0
Total 75 65.2 100.0
Missing System 40 34.8
Total 115 100.0
INTERPRETATION

The above tables that can be interpreted that the opinion about EA helps to achieve better
standards is 20% of the respondent are says that strongly disagree, 23 % of the respondent are
says that disagree, 13% of the respondent are says that Neither nor, 20 % of the respondent are
says that agree and 24% of the respondent are says that strongly agree
CHART 4.24

EA HELPS TO ACHIEVE BETTER STANDARDS