Case study: 5 days a week working in assembly lines of automobile company results in work life balance and employee satisfaction

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Kumar Lalit, Singh, A. K. and Himanshu Samolia
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In the economic scenario that prevailed in 2012-13, when automobile manufacturing units all over India were facing a decline, it became important to reduce operational costs and find out various alternatives. This paper presents the 5 days working model that was undertaken at Tata Motors Limited, Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicle Plant situated at Lucknow after evaluating various options. This manufacturing plant started 5-days a week working model (with extended 1.5 hours from Mon to Fri). In the month of August 2016 this model successfully completed its 3rd year of working. A feedback from employees was taken through survey on their satisfaction and their work life balance. This model has helped to address the business needs, to reduce costs and improve employee morale with work life balance

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