dissertation topics hr   Organizational Behavior in Mining Sectors of US

1. Introduction

The study is having in depth discussion about the organizational behavior of mining in US. As mentioned by Wagner and Hollenbeck (2014), mining sector is the most strategic sector of US. On the other hand, there are all levels of employees in mining sector, so the organizational behavior is also different. 

1.1 Aims of the research study

As mentioned by Pinder (2014), the main aim of the study is to analyze the involved of organizational behavior in mining sector of US. In addition to this,aim of this research study is also to evaluate the effect of organizational behavior in mining sector of US. 

1.2 Objective of the research study

The main objective of this research study is as –

  • To analyze the effectiveness of organizational behavior in mining sector.
  • To evaluate the effect of organizational behavior on individual employees.
  • To analyze the level of involvement of organizational behavior on mining sector perform and activities.
  • To analyze the different organizational behavior strategies adopted by mining sector of US 

1.3 Hypothesis

H1:- US mining sector follow organizational behavior strategies and theories.

H0:- US mining sector do not follow organizational behavior theories and strategies 

 2. Literature review 

2.1 Introduction

As mentioned by Dashwood (2014), organizational behavior is based on individual and organization as a combine act and awareness. In context to this Cuiet al. (2013) commented, there are two different types of organization behavior followed by US mining sectors as; informal and formal organizational behavior. On the other hand organization behavior is the analysis and study of individual employee behavior in the mining. In context to this Haufler (2013) stated, mining sector performance and profitability is dependent on various factors. That is, relationship among the employees, relation with employee and manager and others. 

2.2 Organizational Behavior importance in US mining sector and different types of organizational behavior

As mentioned by Rauffletet al. (2014), organizational behavior is the main factor on which mining sector productivity is dependent. The organizational behavior in mining sector is different from the other industries. As in case of mining, the main work is under ground, so employees involved are having different set of thoughts and views. On the other hand, working style of mining in US is also different. In context to this Pinder (2014) commented, the main focus of mining industry managers is to attract more number of employees. And they also try to provide good health and security to their employees and their family members. In addition to this Dashwood (2014) stated, the quality of each individual in mining sector is dependent on organization behavior.

As mentioned by Marquisand Lee (2013), there are two different types of organization behavior in mining sector of US. The first one is formal organization behavior and second one is informal organizational behavior. In first case, each and every mining employee experience set of rules and laws. And these rules and regulations are to be followed by them. It helps them to work in proper manner and improve their performance. On the other hand, informal organizational behaviors are based on interaction and relationship level among employees. On the other hand, organizational behavior involvespsychology, social psychology, sociology and similar factors. And it also helps in analyzing the impact of their behavior on the overall performance of mining industry. 

2.3 Summary

This section of research study is literature review, that is, in this section brief discussion about the organization behavior in mining sector is discussed. The factors involved in the organizational behavior are also discussed in this section of research study. 

3. Research Methodology

3.1 Introduction

This section of research study is all about research methodology and data collection. That is, for analyze the data researcher has used different method and for collecting data different method are used. 

3.2 Research Method

As mentioned by Dashwood (2014), the research method or approach helps in completing the research process. The main research method used for this study is secondary research method. That is, the research is completed with the help of data collected via internet and other online sources. 

3.3 Data collection methods

The data collection in this research study is done via two methods. That is, primary data collection and secondary data collection. The primary data collection is done with the help of different employees of US mines. On the other hand, secondary data is collected by different online research paper and others. 

3.4 Limitations

The main limitation in this research study was time limitation and limited source availability on internet. 

3.5 Summary

The research study is completed with the help of various data collection method and analysis.Organizational behavior helps managers in knowing about the employee’s behavior. 

References 

Wagner III, J. A., and Hollenbeck, J. R. (2014).Organizational behavior: Securing competitive advantage. Routledge. 

Pinder, C. C. (2014). Work motivation in organizational behavior. Psychology Press.

Dashwood, H. S. (2014). Sustainable Development and Industry Self-Regulation Developments in the Global Mining Sector.Business and Society, 53(4), 551-582. 

Haufler, V. (2013).A public role for the private sector: Industry self-regulation in a global economy. Carnegie Endowment. 

Cui, L., Fan, D., Fu, G., and Zhu, C. J. (2013).An integrative model of organizational safety behavior.Journal of safety research, 45, 37-46. 

Raufflet, E., Cruz, L. B., andBres, L. (2014). An assessment of corporate social responsibility practices in the mining and oil and gas industries. Journal of Cleaner production, 84, 256-270. 

Marquis, C., and Lee, M. (2013). Who is governing whom? Executives, governance, and the structure of generosity in large US firms.Strategic Management Journal, 34(4), 483-497.