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A Study on employee relationship management in

pentagon infrastructures pvt. Ltd. , chennai

MANOJ KUMAR.M
REG. NO: 3541084

GUIDE NAME: Mrs.DIVYA SATHISH


COMPANY PROFILE
PENTAGON INFRASTRUCTURES PVT. LTD.
Pentagon infrastructures was founded by B.Muruganandam in the year 2004.
Pentagon Surveyors & Engineers are formally converted to Pentagon
Infrastructures. PSE is committed to providing clients a variety of residential and
commercial surveying services in a timely fashion at competitive rates. Their goal is
the complete satisfaction of their customers. It was located in Chennai for over 11
years.
The business about measurement and they have been providing land and building
survey information to the construction industry since 2004.
PSE pride itself on the quality of our services, which is delivered by the strong
trained professional team of surveyors and CAD specialist utilizing the latest
technology, state of the art electronic surveying equipment with innovative
computer software solutions.
They have team of highly skilled and experienced professionals, work hard in the
most dedicated manner, to facilitate several of the firms predefined goals and
provide the finest Survey Services. Recruitment of the team is commenced on the
basis of their ability and willingness to work.
SERVICES
Topographical Survey

Levelling Survey

Grid Survey

Plan/Forest Area Survey

Contour Survey

Land/Property Survey

Engineering And Design

Highway Design and Drawings

Pipeline Alignment Survey

Digitizing Of Drawings

Road Design And Estimation

Construction Works

Building Design,Elevation And Estimation

Benkelman Beam Testing For Roads

Structural Drawings

MAJOR CLIENTS
RELIANCE Energy Limited

SIMPLEX INFRASTRUCTURE Ltd

Classic Mall Development Company Pvt Ltd

L & T ECC Ltd, Chennai

L & T Waste Water and Effluent Treatment, Chennai

L & T LLC, Oman

RAMKY INFRASTRUCTURE Ltd

SPML Infra Limited

USL Consulting (P) Ltd

DLF, Chennai.

Halcrow Group Limited

Tamil Nadu Road Development Company

BGR Energy Systems Limited

Infinitas Energy Limited

TATA Consulting Engineers Limited

AMARPRAKASH Property Developers

Kamarajar Port Limited

Harshtha Constructions

INDUSTRY PROFILE
Infrastructure sector is a key driver for the Indian economy.
This sector is highly responsible for propelling Indias overall development
and enjoys intense focus from Government for initiating policies that would
ensure time-bound creation of world class infrastructure in the country.
Mr Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, and Shipping,
has announced the governments target of Rs 25 trillion (US$ 376.53
billion) investment in infrastructure over a period of three years, which will
include Rs 8 trillion (US$ 120.49 billion) for developing 27 industrial
clusters and an additional Rs 5 trillion (US$ 75.30 billion) for road, railway
and port connectivity projects.
Infrastructure sector includes power, bridges, dams, roads and urban
infrastructure development.
IMPORTANCE OF
INFRASTRUCTURE
The importance of infrastructure for sustained economic development is
well recognized.
High transaction costs arising from inadequate and inefficient infrastructure
can prevent the economy from realising its full growth potential regardless
of the progress on other fronts.
The performance of infrastructure is largely a reflection of the performance
of the economy. Infrastructure industries are measured by six key
infrastructure and core industries (i.e., electricity, crude oil, petroleum
refinery products, coal, steel and cement).
OVERVIEW OF INDIAN INFRASTRUCTURE ,
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
The construction and infrastructure sector is the second largest

employer in India after agriculture.


Currently, these
industry in India, directly or indirectly,
employsapproximately 32.0 million workers and also accounts for
40.0% of gross investmentand 60.0% of infrastructure costs. The
construction sector accounts for a gross annual business volume of
Rs.2,300 billion and accounts for 5.0% of India s GDP
Indias total GDP is approximately $1 trillion

Investment in the construction sector may be broadly classified into the

followingcategories:
Infrastructure construction investments (i.e. roads, urban infrastructure,

power,irrigation and railways)


Industrial construction investments (i.e. steel plants, textiles plants, oil

pipelinesand refineries)
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE
To study the employee relationship with special reference to Pentagon
infrastructures pvt. Ltd.
SECONDARY OBJECTIVES
To study about the relationship between the employers and employees in the
organization.
To study about the relationship among the subordinate-superior and superior-
subordinate in the organization.
To suggest measures for improving the relationship among the employees.
To raise productivity in an era of full employment by reducing the tendency of
higher labour turnover and absenteeism.
To develop and maintain harmonious relations between management and labour so
essential for higher productivity of labour and industrial progress in the
country.
REVIEW OF LITERATURE:
Deborah Thorne (2010) found that Todays working environment is an unusual one.
On one hand, voluntary attrition is lower than its been in nearly two decades due to
the scarcity of work and overwhelming economic pressures. On the flip side, survey
after survey shows that employee morale is nearing all time lows. Together, these
facts suggest that organic retention might become a significant problem for many
companies once the employment market stabilizes.
REFERENCE :website: www.uidaho.edu( University of idaho)

Kelly Swaggerty (2010) found that Under any circumstances, retention strategy is
always high on the human resources priority list. With todays complicated market
conditions, figuring out the best way to keep your star players is more difficult than
ever. Traditionally, organizations hold on to their key talent by paying those
employees above market rates, or providing compensation increases beyond the
national average. In these trying times there are many companies who arent able to
play by those traditional rules.
REFERENCE: WEBSITE: www.adlandpro.com
Allison Darling (2010) found that Human resources executives are
constantly setting goals to push their companies forward and bring strategy
and focus to their teams. However, its far too common for these high level
strategy goals to get pushed aside by the HR departments most common
cycle: focus on recruitment, focus on retention and then repeat. Human
resources leaders understand the value and importance of breaking this
cycle.

Kelly Swaggerty (2010) found that Employee reviews are one of the best
opportunities to align your workforces actions with the greater goals of the
company and ensure that each employee understands how they can affect
the companys success. During a review it is natural for the employee and
their supervisor to discuss their personal goals, objectives and assignments
for the foreseeable future and this is the perfect time to talk about how that
employees work fits into the larger picture.
REFERENCE: WEBSITE: www.adlandpro.com
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
RESEARCH DESIGN:
A research design is purely and simply the framework or plan for a study
that guides the collection and analysis of data. C.R.KOTHARI.

SOURCE OF DATA
Primary data
Primary data is that data, which is, collected directly from the employees of
the organization.
Secondary data
The secondary data is collected from Internet, Journals, companys quality
award reports and magazines.
SAMPLING METHOD
The type of sampling adopted for the study is simple random sampling. In
this method , sampling is conducted on the basis of random numbers which
are available from the random numbers. This is a method of sampling that is
given in the selection of the universe as suggested by the company.

METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION


The questionnaire method is used for collecting data. A questionnaire
consists of a 15 questions printed in a definite order consisting of multiple
choices.
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