Journal of Business and Environmental Management <p>Journal of Business and Environmental Management (JBEM) is a double-blind refereed, open-access journal whose purpose is to serve as a platform for the dispersion of research and theory for scholars, professionals, and policy experts around the globe. The journal collects original research papers on the most current developments in business management and environmental management for sustainable development and environmental mitigation. Additionally, research into innovative approaches and strategies is encouraged. Experimental and numerical research, as well as research into current advances, the state of the art, and upcoming breakthroughs in these sectors are strongly welcomed. Particular disciplines include, but are not limited to:</p> <ul> <li>Business innovation and entrepreneurship</li> <li>Climate Change Adaptation</li> <li>Consumer Behavior</li> <li>Corporate social responsibility</li> <li>E-commerce and social commerce</li> <li>Enterprise management, human resource management</li> <li>Environment Protection</li> <li>Environment Sustainability Environmental Management Sustainability Management</li> <li>Environmental Resources Management</li> <li>Information management, project management</li> <li>Society and Environment Natural Resource Management</li> <li>Supply chain management</li> <li>Sustainable Consumption and Production</li> <li>Sustainable Development</li> <li>Sustainable Economic Development</li> </ul> en-US (Muhammad Irfan) (AIRSD Support Team) Sun, 31 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Employee Excitement if not spell bound a boon to Employer <p>Purpose: The main purpose of this research is to analyze the perception of employees on workplace environment, to identify the factors influencing excitement, to determine how work place fun and excitement plays an important role in attracting, retaining and developing competent employees and to find the relationship between workplace environment and employee excitement. Theoretical Framework: Transition demands for quality and quality is reliant on employee, employee’s work quality improves only when the employees are satisfied, the satisfaction fabricates excitement. Exodus of talent and plummeting is possible through intrinsic motivation. What makes employees excited is one of the famished areas to be balkanized. So, employee excitement is to be erudite. Existing scenario display that limiting situations for employee excitement prevail when vision is not discussed with employees, Lack of clarity in career development, unripe discussions of values, ethics and penchant engagement reviews. Incisive study spouts that excited employee’s display emotional bonding, cohesiveness and belongingness. Excited employees need not be retained as it is innate. Commitment and self-actualization are sheer. Design/Methodology/Approach: In this study, we use a deductive approach, in which the hypotheses are tested by collecting information from IT employees located at Bengaluru city to assess the employee excitement in 2023. Quantitative data is collected through self-designed questionnaire administered to IT sector employees. Questionnaire was prepared by researchers using the factors from literature review. Snow ball sampling method was adopted for selection of respondents with the criteria of minimum two years of experience in the same company. Findings: Overall results shows that employee satisfaction, production, engagement, commitment, influence are some of the components identified as affecting the quality of work life resulting to disrupted work life balance. Resources provided have seldom effect on the success of any organization. Not to be the square peg in the round hole is the wave of revolution. Healthy work environment and employee excitement are the two highest accolade for quality production. Walk the talk, setting of realistic objectives; ensure that every employee is on board. Banners, buttons, and other promotional materials are to be circulated to ensure that the change is on every employee's mind. Research, Practical and Social Implications: This study not only helps to fill the gap in the literature review on this topic, but also serves as an important factor reflecting the quality of work life. Originality/Value: This study focuses on exhibiting the importance of excitement at work, which not only helps in having a healthy work environment and also works a stress buster at work place.</p> Dr. Pallavi, Dr. Sai Ganesh, Dr. Ghousia Khatoon Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Business and Environmental Management (JBEM) Sun, 31 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Satisfaction Level of Employees in Textiles Job :With Special Reference to Eranad Taluk <p>Employee satisfaction is the terminology used to describe whether employees are happy and contented and fulfilling their desires and needs at work. Employee satisfaction also describes how content an individual is with his or her job.The study is conducted to assess the job satisfaction needs of employees in textiles and ready made shops in Nilambur taluk. The study helps to know their preferences and problems of the employees.Employee commitment is essential to increase the productivity. If the job satisfaction is increase, it will increase the employee commitment, further it will lead to increase in the productivity. It is very essential to study about the job satisfaction</p> Dr. Saleena EC Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Business and Environmental Management (JBEM) Sun, 31 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Greywater Characteristics and Treatment Processes: A Review <p>Treatment of greywater has become justifiable to fulfil the increasing demand of fresh water and environment protection. The availability of water has reduced from 1299 m3 per capita in 1996-97 to 1100 m3 per capita in 2006 and it is expected to less than 700 m3 per capita in 2025. The worldwide population is projected to surpass nine billion by 2050 and total water consumption of urban will surge by 62% from 1995. Water used in clothes washing produce approximately 25-35%, kitchen 11 %, bath tubes 48 % and hand wash 7 % of greywater. Therefore, there is a dire need of treatment of greywater. The different technologies which are used in the treatment of greywater may be classified as physical separation techniques, biological treatments and chemical or advance oxidation processes (AOPs). In chemical treatments there are different processes such as chemical and electrocoagulation. The percentage removal efficiency of chemical coagulation for BOD, COD, Turbidity is 88.78 %, 63.72 % and 90.88 % respectively. Chemical coagulation can also remove bacteria, microbial pollutants and total organic carbon.</p> Shahzeb, Zahid Mehmood khan, Hafiz Umar Farid, Arshad Ameen Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Business and Environmental Management (JBEM) Sun, 31 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Monetary Policy Shocks and Economic Growth: New Evidence from Nigeria <p>This study examined the impact of monetary policy shocks on economic growth in Nigeria for the period 1991 to 2020. This was with a view to providing further insight into how expansionary and contractionary monetary policies influence the growth of the economy. Secondary annual data on real gross domestic product, real exchange rate, real interest rate and external income from oil were used for the study. The data were sourced from Statistical Bulletin of the Central Bank of Nigeria. Structural vector auto-regression (SVAR) was used to examine the growth effects of monetary policy shocks. The study revealed that output responded positively to the expansionary money policy shocks but negatively to a contractionary interest rate shocks, while domestic output tend to reduce in the first four years and this continues in subsequent periods. Findings also showed that the contraction of monetary policy shocks does not directly affect foreign income and that much of the variation in economic growth in both the short-run and long-run is explained by its own shocks, closely followed by the shocks to foreign income, exchange rate and interest rate with 0.76%, 0.42% and 0.21%, respectively. The study concluded that expansionary monetary policy positively influence economic growth in Nigeria.</p> Eyitayo Oyewunmi Ogbaro, Michael Olufemi Akinyosoye, Margaret Abidemi Olomola Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Business and Environmental Management (JBEM) Sun, 31 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 High-Resolution RCP Scenario for the 21st Century in the North-West region of Morocco, Future Projections for 2041-2060, 2061-2080 and 2081- 2100 <p>Abstract. Climate model simulations of future climate are the basis for adaptation decisions, which the effectiveness will depend on the quality of the models. A set of climate models developed under the CMIP6 project and generated by the spatial bias correction disaggregation method (BCSD) using a statistical downscaling algorithm have been used [1]. These models are used to evaluate the future changes in thermal extremes projected by the climate models over the different time horizons with comparison to the 1981-2000 reference period. These projections are made under the scenario RCP 4.5 (optimistic). The examination of future climate change projections could confirm the result of warming over the entire North West region of Morocco. The increase in temperature could reached an average of 1.8 ° C to 2.5 ° C just in 2060. In the same sense of warming, the number of hot days and hot nights could increase year by year while a decrease could be noticed in the number of cold days and cold nights. The simulations for the 2080 and 2100 horizons revealed a situation that worsens year by year. The temperature anomaly could reached about 3°C and more. Thus, a climatic warming may be predicted in the future and generalized over the entire North West region.</p> W Hammoudy, R Ilmen, M Sinan Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Business and Environmental Management (JBEM) Sun, 31 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000