Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Consciousness


A STUDY ON CONSCIOUSNESS OF EMPLOYEES ON BALANCED SCORECARD IN IT COMPANIES IN BENGALURU CITY

Mrs. S. SHALINI; Dr. S. VENKATESH

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2261-2270

Balanced scorecard transforms mission and objective of companies in to inclusive measures for assessing performance which gives structure for effective management and measurement system. The results reveal that the employees are agreed with balanced scorecard is a good method for assessing performance, balanced scorecard is an effective planning tool, balanced scorecard helps in taking appropriate decision, balanced scorecard is useful to enhance competencies of employees, balanced scorecard assists employee to set their job priorities, balanced scorecard makes employees to realize their responsibilities and balanced scorecard give accurate feed back on performance of employees. There exits significant difference in consciousness of employees on balanced scorecard in IT companies and their features. Consciousness of employees on balanced scorecard is significantly, positively and moderately related with their performance in IT companies. Therefore, balanced scorecard should be highly flexible and it must be very easily understandable by employees. Besides, balanced scorecard should not give any threatening to employees.

Human Agency, Social Structure and Forming of Health Consciousness and Perception

Dr.Rajeesh C Sarngadharan; KT Nandu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5910-5916

The social context of an individual shapes the risk of exposure, susceptibility of the host, and disease’s course and outcome, even if the disease is infectious, genetic, malignant, or degenerative. For example Conley at al. (2003) in their study among two groups of couples where one is high income and the other is low income group, along with each group has same 20 percent biological predisposition toward having a low-birth-weight baby finds that social variables can reverse the biological disadvantage. They found that the high income group has a very high probability of dealing with their biological predisposition through better nutrition and prenatal care. Their study shows that social factors can reverse the biological risk, for example by explaining how income translate into better education, living situation, jobs, quality medical care, and a good diet and other healthy lifestyle practices.