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Articles by Rajendran Muthuveloo
Total Records ( 4 ) for Rajendran Muthuveloo
  Rajendran Muthuveloo and Raduan Che Rose
  This study explores the major factors contributing to organizational commitment among engineers in Malaysia. It identifies the effects of certain antecedents on organizational commitment and evaluates the impact of organizational commitment on organizational outcomes. From the literature review, a theoretical foundation for the study was compiled and two hypotheses were established. Firstly, positive employee perception leads to higher organizational commitment. Secondly, higher organizational commitment brings positive organizational outcomes. A questionnaire survey of Malaysian engineers established that employee perception and attitudinal characteristics have a significant influence on organizational commitment, while organizational commitment and behavioral characteristics directly affect organizational outcomes. The research demonstrates that positive employee perception enhances organizational commitment, which, in turn, leads to positive organizational outcomes.
  Chue Kar Wen , Rajendran Muthuveloo and Teoh Ai Ping
  This study aims to study the effects of heart count on employee’s perception on separation. Employee separation is one of the key dimensions of human capital development process which comprises of recruitment, retention and separation. Most of the past researches indicated the negative perception of employees on separation has negative impacts on organizational performance, noting from the viewpoint of return on investment, productivity and customer satisfaction. "Heart Count" is a newly developed concept, as opposed to "Head Count". Head count is a direct cost reduction and reactive while heart count is proactive and gears towards mitigation of employee loss. Heart count nurtures the feeling of being appreciated among the employees and enhances organizational performance. Heart count is generally the care to the employees from the employer, in which heart count considers the leaves or stay back of the employees in all measures. Heart count nurtures the sense of loyalty into employees, elaborates supports and cares from the organization to its employees where the employees feel that they are still valuable, not redundant and have the motivation to continue being productive, nurtures the employee’s sense of belonging to the organization even it is in the final phase of the employment cycle and encourages the leaving employees to re-join back into the organization as they feel that employer’s cares to them even during organization’s crisis. A correlational type quantitative research will be conducted to address the hypotheses developed. The statistical data obtained from general employees of organizations will measure the influence of heart count on employee’s perception on separation. This research expects heart count to advocate positive o employee’s perception on separation that is crucial for employee performance. It will enhance the understanding on human capital development and assists practitioners to formulate strategies to nurture positive perception of employees towards separation.
  Ai Ping Teoh , Rajendran Muthuveloo and Wei Ping Lim
  In recent years, environmental issues have been the central of attention among governments, communities and business organizations. Hence, going green initiatives such as sustainable or green Information Technology (IT) is the latest approach in ensuring responsible IT policies and practices in business organizations. This study investigated factors influencing sustainable IT adoption among manufacturing firms in Malaysia. Based on the Technology-Organizational-Environment Theoretical Model, hypotheses proposed. Questionnaires were distributed to manufacturing firms in Malaysia and data collected was analyzed using Smart PLS Version 2.0.M3. This study found that there is a significant and positive relationship between technological, organizational, environmental factors and sustainable IT adoption. The findings revealed to managers and practitioners the various dimensions involved in sustainable IT adoption and factors that influencing the adoption. This study is also useful for researchers to further investigate on other drivers, antecedents and outcome of sustainable IT adoption among various industry players in developing countries.
  Rajendran Muthuveloo , Teoh Ai Ping and Vickneswary Devadas
  As a way of reducing hiring costs and reaching a wide variety of qualified candidates, many organizations have turned to online recruitment as a resources for filling job vacancies. Online recruiting enable employers to advertise vacant positions to potential candidates fast and easy. This research focused on the applicant’s or job seeker’s interest to apply for jobs via online. The research was conducted among individuals working in Malaysia. The data were gathered through a structured questionnaire of likert scale with sample size of 120. The final results indicated among the four variables comprises of real time information, corporate websites, convenient and placement of advertisement examined only real time information has significant influence on applicant’s interest in using online recruitment.
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