Employees preferences regarding work-fun activities: a study of NCR employees
by Neha Gupta; Karamvir Sheokand
International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management (IJICBM), Vol. 24, No. 2, 2021

Abstract: Work fun is a phenomenon which has not been studied much till now and a lot of research work is being dedicated to this aspect these days. The managers over the world are discovering new ways of adding fun in their work environment as it benefits both the employees and the organisation. According to several studies, a fun working environment adds to the employee as well as organisational productivity while reducing stress and turnover intentions among employees. There are a lot of different activities that can be used by an organisation to add fun to work, but all activities are not considered equal by different strata of the employees in doing so. This paper studies exactly what activities are considered as fun activities by these different sets of employees working in the IT sector in the NCR, depending on their demographic profiles, like, gender, age group, family status, nature of job, duration of job, etc. It also studies the respective variations in preferences regarding these activities among employees.

Online publication date: Tue, 09-Nov-2021

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