EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES AT GREEN HOTELS – ROLE OF DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS BASED ON THEIR BRANCHES
Organizations around the world face tough competition in today's rapidly growing environment. Part of the solution to this critical challenge is to involve employees who can benefit from competitors. It is the expansion of employee commitment, to which employees make their work discretionary in the form of extra time, enthusiasm and mental capacity. More investment returns, greater self-drive, reliability, business loyalty, and lower absenteeism can be provided for full-time employees. This study investigated the degree to which employee commitment satisfactions in the various sizes of the work force have contributed to the level of employee involvement, including their names, work experience, qualifications, age, gender and marital status. This study was carried out in Hyderabad, Chennai and Visakhapatnam by a sample size of 310 in 2020 among staff from the leading Green Hostels. Statistical tools such as the chi-square test and the One – Way ANOVA was used for this study. The results show significant differences in hotel branches when comparing the observed frequencies vs. the expected frequencies for the three demographic variables under study, i.e. gender, education and designation, as well as the results show significant differences in hotel branches when compared to the mean between the two.