Exploring the Relationship between Organisational Structure and Organisation Based Self-Esteem of Employees: A Case Study of Primark
Within the organisational structure at Primark there are visible organisational based self-esteem challenges. This dissertation sets out to explore the relationship between organisational structures on organisation based-self-esteem (OBSE) in Primark. It is seen that the concept of organisation based-self-esteem (OBSE) and defined it as a degree to which an individual believes he or she is capable of, significant for, and worthy as a member of an organisation. However, OBSE is based on self evaluation and self assessment process of the employees. Organisational structure of an organisation is the reflection of organisation to its employees and to the outer world also. Organisational structure can be divided into three categories depending upon the hierarchal structure of the organisation, notably: tall, flat and matrix structure. Primark has adapted the tall structure due to its various level of hierarchy. It has been observed that no recent study could be traced being conducted on relationship of Primark’s organisational structural on the organisation based-self-esteem of the employees. The objectives of the study were to study the relationship between organisational structure and Organisation based self-esteem for employees of Primark Manchester, and to explore the factors affecting the organisation based self-esteem in the organisational structure of Primark Manchester. In accordance with the objectives of the study, the research questions were identified which were as what type of relationship exists between the organisational structure and organisation based self-esteem of Primark Manchester employees and what factors are affecting the Organisation based self-esteem in the organisational structure of Primark Manchester?
Source: HRM Dissertation | Organisational Structure | Self-Esteem 22nd February 2019 From United Kingdom, Cannock