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Workforce Diversity and Employee Performance– A study in Select it Companiesin Hyderabad

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Pardha Saradhi Yennam, Dr. A. Sairoop
» doi: 10.33472/AFJBS.6.6.2024.163-170


In this research, we will look at how diversity in the workplace affects productivity in Hyderabad's IT firms. The most important factors in determining an employee's success at work—their gender, age, ethnicity, and level of education—are the subject of this research. Other factors that might affect performance are not considered. A basic random sampling technique was used to collect information for this investigation. Personnel at large Hyderabad-based IT firms were each given one of 230 surveys. Data analysis and the identification of causal links among the variables have both made use of the regression analysis technique. The regression coefficients showed signals that were in line with prior studies, and all the independent variables were found to be highly significant at the 5% level of significance. According to the results, IT organizations’ that use a diverse staff see a considerable improvement in employee performance.

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