A Study On Working Condition of Operating Employees in Southern Railway with Reference to Chennai Division

Authors

  • P. Sri Iyyappan Department of Corporate Governance and Finance, Government Law College, Dharmapuri, India
  • P. Shantha Kumari Department of Corporate Governance and Finance, Government Law College, Dharmapuri, India

Keywords:

Indian Railway, Working conditions, Occupational Stress, Health protection

Abstract

Indian railway is one of the biggest and largest labors, working public sectors in the world. The Indian railway is running on a success path because of its efficient staffs working on the railways. The people get services from the railway’s employees through direct and indirect mode. The operating staffs work is most essential to the railways, particularly goods train. The goods train workers help in the movement of goods through railways from one place to another. For example, steel, coal, rice, medicine, water etc., the operating employees are valuable assets of the industry and they are the key to success of railways. The employees in the Indian railways having tremendous amount of pressure at the work place due to workloads, overtime work, non-regular shift work etc. In such a situation it is necessary to study the working condition of railways operating employees because if it is not balanced, the work pressure will affect their social life, health. Hence this study is an attempt to find out the factors which affect the railways operating employees and the health protection, occupational stress, running room facilities etc., And to know the real condition the operating staffs working in the Indian railways. Particularly for this study the researcher chooses Chennai division of Southern Railways.

 

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Published

24-03-2021

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[1]
P. S. Iyyappan and P. S. Kumari, “A Study On Working Condition of Operating Employees in Southern Railway with Reference to Chennai Division”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 15–20, Mar. 2021, Accessed: Jun. 14, 2024. [Online]. Available: https://journals.ijramt.com/index.php/ijramt/article/view/562