A Comparative Study of Role Efficacy among Employees in Selected Manufacturing and IT Firms

Gyan Management Journal
Year: 2018(Jan-Jun), Volume: (12), Issue. (1)
First page: (30) Last page: (39)
Online ISSN: A/F
Print ISSN: 2250-348X
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A Comparative Study of Role Efficacy among Employees in Selected Manufacturing and IT Firms
Dr. Rupinder Bir Kaur

1Assistant Professor, University Business School, Panjab University, Chandigarh

Corresponding author email id: rupinderbir@pu.ac.in 

Received:
10 feb 2018

Accepted:
15 Apr 2018

Online Published:
20 Jun 2018

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ABSTRACT

As defined by Pareek, role efficacy is the potential effectiveness of the role of an individual in an organization. It involves role making, role centering and role linking. Studies have shown the significance of role efficacy and its understanding in an organization. Role efficacy has proved to be a factor for organizational citizenship, psychological involvement of the employees etc. The resulting performance of employees signifies the need of the present study. The study focuses on comparison between role efficacy between manufacturing and IT firms. It further attempts to study the relationship between demographic variables and Role efficacy in two types offirms. 

Keywords

Role Efficacy, Manufacturing firms, IT firms.