Volume : VI, Issue : VIII, August - 2017

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 Managing non–human resources such as materials and machinery is relatively simple, managing human resources is more complex. Because the employee who joins the organization also has certain expectations of the organization that it will care for his well–being, be fair in its dealings, reward adequately and offer opportunities to develop and advance in the system1.  .Textile Industry is a labour–intensive industry and is largely dependent on semi–skilled and unskilled workers. Apart from providing employment opportunities to fulfill basic necessities of employee’s life, the textiles industry also plays a vital role through its contribution to industrial output and the export earnings of the country. Better Quality of Work Life leads to increased employee morale. It minimizes attrition and checks labour turnover and absenteeism and increases production. Incentives are one of the important factors of QWL. Incentive scheme followed by the Tirupur Textile Industry reflect in the QWL position of employees and quality and quantity of production. So the research wants to know the impact of employees personal and occupation position of present incentive system prevailing in the Tirupur Textile Industry.

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