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A Study on Organizational Effectiveness with The Impact of Employees Passion at Workplace
Organization effectiveness is the process or how the objectives of an organization achieved. For these objectives, achievement employees play a crucial role, because employees are the backbone of the organization. This study is about a review of organization effectiveness with the impact of Employee' passion. Employee passion is the perception or psychological state of an employee's mind towards his work or organization. Employee can be engaged with his work only when he has a positive impact and satisfaction towards his job or organization. Employee satisfaction will pave a way for their involvement in the work that will indirectly increase the productivity and organization effectiveness. When an employee has positive morale and satisfaction towards his job, he will have a good relationship with his co-workers, superiors, and subordinates. When an organization has good cohesion then its objectives will be achieved efficiently and effectively.
organization Effectiveness, Employee Passion, Employee Satisfaction, and Cohesion.
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