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1.

Please tick which level(s) of work is/are covered by your organization and,
if possible, Indicate how many individual executive employees your
organization has.
Level of Work

Number of employees
covered

Percentage

Managerial
Supervisory
Operational
Total

10
15
25
50

20%
30%
50%
100%

Level of Work

Managerial
Supervisory
Operational

Interpretation:
Out of the 50 respondents surveyed, 20% belong to the managerial level, 30% to
the supervisory level and 50% to the operational level.

2. Gender wise breakup of the employees currently working in the


organization.
Level of Work
Managerial
Supervisory
Operational
Total

Number of
Males
5
8
14
27

Number of
Females
5
7
11
23

Total

Percentage

10
50
25
50

20%
30%
50%
100%

Gender-wise Breakup of Employees


25
20
Male
Female

15

Total
10
5
0
Managerial

Supervisory

Operational

Interpretation:
We see that there are more number of male employees in supervisory and
operational departments. Also there are more number of male employees in
the overall figures.

3. How many employees will retire within the next five years?
Level of
Work

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Tota
l

Tota
l

Tota M
l

Tota M
l

To
l

Managerial

Supervisor
y
Operational

10

16

10

15

15

10

15

16

16

10

26

17

11

28

15

13

28

15

12

27

15

1
4

29

Number of Employees Retiring During the Next Five Years


100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%

2016

2017
Managerial

2018
Supervisory

2019

2020

Operational

Interpretation:
We can see from the bar graph that the maximum number of employees that are
going to retire from the organization are the operational staff, followed by the
supervisory level employees and the minimum number will retire from the
managerial level.

4. How many employees were recruited during the last five years?
Level of Work

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Tot
al

Tot
al

Tota
l

Tot
al

Total

Managerial

Supervisory

15

14

15

10

15

15

Operational

15

13

28

15

1
3

28

18

27

13

15

28

12

16

28

Number of Employees Recruited During the Last Five Years


60
50
Operational

40

Supervisory
30

Managerial

20
10
0
2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Interpretation:
It can be seen that from 2011 to 2014, 50 employees were recruited each

year, while in 2015, 51 employees were recruited. Maximum number of


employees were recruited for the operational level.

5. How many executive and non-executive employees have left the


organization during the last five years?
Level of Work

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Total

Tot
al

Tota
l

Tot
al

Total

Managerial

Supervisory

16

10

10

20

14

13

11

Operational

15

12

27

13

12

25

15

13

28

13

13

29

17

16

33

Number of Employees Leaving the Organzation Before Retirement


50
45
40
35

Operational

30

Supervisory

25

Managerial

20
15
10
5
0
2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Interpretation:
We see that a number of employees have been leaving the organization
during the past five years. This may be due to some changes taking place in
the organizational environment.

6. Employees were asked whether they observed any change in the


recruitment process in recent times. The following responses were
obtained.
Options
Yes
No
Total

Number of
Responses
10
40
50

Percentage
20%
80%
100%

Responses

Yes
No

Interpretation:
It can be seen from the graph that out of the people surveyed, 80% of the
employees are of the view that there has been no change in the recruitment
process of the organization whereas 20% believe that the process has
changed.

7. Employees were asked whether they found any relation in their


qualification and the job offered to them. The following responses were
recorded.
Options
Yes
No
Total

Number of Respondents
42
8
50

Percentage
84%
16%
100%

Responses

Yes
No

Interpretation:
84% of the employees questioned, agree that the job offered to them has
some relationship with their qualification, whereas 16% do not agree with
this.

8. Employees were asked the reasons for choosing to opt for the jib offered
to them. The following responses were recorded.
Options
Good Pay Scale

Number of Responses
5

Percentage
10%

More Benefits
Career Growth
All the Above
Total

5
15
25
50

10%
30%
50%
100%

50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15

Number of Respondents
Percentage

10
5
0

Interpretation:
It can be seen that 10% of the employees chose the job because of its
pay scale, another 10% because of the other benefits involved, 30% due
to the career growth opportunities and 50% chose it because of all these
factors.

9. The employees were asked about the type of recruitment methodology


used. The following responses were recorded.
Options
Departmental Recruitment
Centralized Recruitment
Total

Number of Responses
40
10
50

Percentage
80%
20%
100%

Recruitment Method

Departmental Recruitment
Centralized Recruitment