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Organisational Compliance Culture Implementation: Behaviour-Based Supportive Intervention

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 11 Issue 3

Published: 2022
Author(s) Name: Harbans Lal | Author(s) Affiliation: SNDT Womens University, Director - Forum of Behavioural Safety, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
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Research indicates that there is a wide gap between compliance and non-compliance in Indian workplaces which can ultimately decay the organisation. This study explored a basic query from 303 Indian industry professionals (managers, HODs, and EHS professionals across India, from public/private sectors, including chemicals, gas, power, construction, and steel) of whether a culture of work compliance is lacking in India, and if so, how it can be implemented. More than 90 per cent of the professionals affirmed that a culture of compliance is lacking due to time pressure and cost pressure, which can be achieved through the commitment of the top management and continual interventions. A host of recommendations as received from the study participants are discussed in this paper for developing a better business culture scenario. In addition, a caring safety culture can increase organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB). Supportive work culture means one cares for all, and all care for one. This paper has added an in-depth sense of qualitative data on the topic.

Keywords: Business, Compliance, Behaviour, Safety, Culture

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