A STUDY ON WORKING ENVIRONMENT AND CONCERNS OF HEALTH AMONG SOFTWARE PROFESSIONALS IN CHENNAI CITY

R. Bhavani

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                    India was turn up in IT Services particularly in software industries. It is the fastest growing sector in the country in terms of GDP and employment generation capability. The Emergence of IT sector brought changes from manual labour to intellectual labour. The majority of the employees in India involve both directly and indirectly to these sectors, it creates a health disorders in their life style due to factors like hectic work schedules, unhealthy eating habits, tight deadlines, irregular and associated stress. ASSOCHAM records revealed that 78 percent of corporate employees suffer from sleeping disorders leading to impact of insomnia on health and productivity. The sharp rise in economic growth also leads to the prevalence of heart disease, stroke and diabetes. The Other important challenge in software sector is to satisfy the employee needs by providing good working environment, it leads to increase the effectiveness, efficiency, job commitment and at last the productivity of the employees. This will make the organization to achieve success and to remain in competition with leading companies.


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