Cricket World Cup 2011 worries India Inc Causes Of Cricket World Cup 2011


During the Cricket World Cup 2011, India Inc. may register a significant drop in productivity. One employee in five would like to take time off to watch their favourite matched. From the Assocham Survey predicts.


From the 19 February 2011, the mega event of Cricket which is the Cricket World Cup 2011 starts. If Assocham Survey is to be implicit that it has a flippant face for corporate productivity. Not only the corporate employees, this Cricket World Cup 2011 would also crash the studies of students, particularly those students who are giving the board level examinations. India Inc. worried because industry chamber survey of 4000 people.

Throughout the period of the Cricket World Cup 2011, India Inc may register a major fall in productivity as one employee in five employees would like to take time off to look at their favorite matches. This will be main impact to the businesses because millions of man-hours of misplaced productivity. If 10-12 millions people will watch match then outcome will be hammering of 768 million man hour in productivity. Nearly half of the respondents told that they be going to work for shorter days for the month-long event. More than a few matches are scheduled during office hours that time work place productivity likely to drop this is the harmful to our companies. From Assocham survey predicts, workplace productivity is bound to be pretentious and employers should be troubled about the issue of employee absenteeism and result will got to falling in productivity. The lots of respondent supposed that the Cricket World Cup 2011 is the greatest sporting mega event and they should make available people a chance to have the benefit of something that has nothing to act with politics and violence.


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