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The cultural-dimensional attitude of employees towards organizational learning. The objective of the study is also to compare employee work experience, job changes and their perception of culture in order to enhance organizational learning readiness. This research expands inadequate research into the influence of organizational culture on employee perceptions of their workplaces. This emphases on the specific importance of employee answers to comprehensive, open-ended questions about their perceptions of cultural dimensions. The study sheds light on the cultural dimensions that employees report the most inspiration on their perceptions of corporate life. Research indicates that the social aspects of traditions, business practice and fundamental beliefs have shaped respondents ‘ attitudes of their organizations. 64 workers of the logistics company gathered the primary data. The connection between consistency, job shifts and awareness of the cultural aspect were discussed through enhancing organizational learning. In order to determine the important relationship between the working shifts and the experience of responsive, variable employees in enhanced organizational training, a comparison was created. For the evaluation of the theories, the questionnaires are analyzed. The research shows that the social aspects of beliefs, interpersonal practices and fundamental principles have shaped the viewpoint of the participants in the study limited to Bangalore in their organizations, and may not apply to other contrapositions.
Organizational Culture, Attitudes, Behavior, Values, Beliefs, Learning.