Organisation behavior

Organisation behavior

Diversity in organisation behavior

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Akshu

May 29, 2020
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    Submitted To, Mr. Sundar B.N Assistant professor Coordinator of M.com

    GFGCW,H.N pura Submitted by, Akshatha.l 1st M.com G.F.G.C.W H.N pura
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    TOPICS 1. Evacuate the Biological characteristics of your Desired person.

    2. Analyze the Individual and Group Behavior(Response) to Covid-19 pandemic.
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    Age: 36 Older workers bring experience, judgment,a strong work ethic,and

    commitment to quality. Gender: Female Few differences between men and women that affecte job performance.
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    Race: Fair Contentious issue: differences exist, but could be more

    culture-based than race-based Tenure: 7 People with job tenure(seniority at a job) are more productive, absent less frequently, have lower turnover,and are more satisfied.
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    ◆ Young teachers are enthusiastic and energetic. ◆ Young teachers

    have new ideas. ◆ Young teachers are better at computers and technology. ◆ Young teachers are closer to the age of students, therefore relate more to their students. ◆ Young teachers are more eager to learn more about teaching. ◆ Young teachers have better fashion sense,and are more attractive. ◆ Young teachers are more flexible with changes. ◆ Young teachers are less reliable. ◆ old teachers are less flexible and set in their ways. ◆ Old teachers are just waiting until they can retire and don't really care anymore. ◆ Older teachers prefer older methods, like chalkboards and worksheets. ◆ Older teachers have trouble with computers and technology. ◆ older teachers are burned out. ◆ Older teachers are more experienced, and can boost test scores due to their experience. ◆ Older teachers should be given the more challenging students, because they can handle them. ◆ Older teachers have a lot of tricks up their sleeves. ◆ Older teachers know the history of the school. Young teachers Old teachers
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    On 31 December 2019, a cluster of cases of pneumonia

    of unknown cause, in the city of Wuhan, Hubei province in China, was reported to the World Health Organisation. In January 2020, a previously unknown new virus was identified[3][4], subsequently named the 2019 novel coronavirus, and samples obtained from cases and analysis of the virus’ genetics indicated that this was the cause of the outbreak. This novel coronavirus was named Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by WHO in February 2020.[5] The virus is referred to as SARS-CoV-2 and the associated disease is COVID-19[6]. As of 15 May 2020, over 4,444,670 cases have been identified globally in 188 countries with a total of over 302,493 fatalities. Also 1,588,858 were recovered . Introduction
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    Individual behavior to covid-19 The corona virus has effected our

    lives in several ways 1..environmentally there is no doubt that pollution has decreased 2..The lock down and the holidays have helped us to enjoy our childhood and it has given us time to hit pause on our daily routines 3..As the lockdown has blocked all parlour and shopping molls 4..I missed the enjoyment with friends 5..i miss the college life.
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    Group behavior about covid-19 1..environmentally there is no doubt that

    pollution has decreased 2..The lock down and the holidays have helped us to enjoy our childhood and it has given us time to hit pause on our daily routines 3..As the lockdown has blocked all parlour and shopping molls 4..I missed the enjoyment with friends5..i miss the college life.
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    Conclusion The novel coronavirus infections were at first associated with

    travel from Wuhan, but the virus has now established itself in 177 countries and territories around the world in a rapidly expanding pandemic. Health officials in the United States and around the world are working to contain the spread of the virus through public health measures such as social distancing, contact tracing, testing, quarantines and travel restrictions. Scientists are working to find medications to treat the disease and to develop a vaccine.
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