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Organizational effectiveness is the extent to which an organization realizes its goals (Daft, 2010). It can also be referred to as the degree of correspondence between the actual and desired outputs of an organization (Taylor et al., 2014). The present study has made an attempt to understand the impact of employees’ performance to determine the organisational effectiveness in automobile industry. This study is the nature of descriptive research design. Major findings of the study are: Most of 265 employees out of 300 forming 88.33 percentage are completed diploma. Employees with diploma qualification are interested to work in automobile industry. They have some awareness about the recent industrial policies which help them most. Majority of 288 employees out of 300 comprising 96 percentage has experience between 10 years to 15 years. Organisational competitiveness has significant and positive impact to determine the employees’ performance by 0.82. followed by employees motivation has significant and positive impact to determine the organisational competitiveness by 0.75. Organisational environment has significant and positive impact to determine the organisational competitiveness by 0.75. Major suggestions are: Employees have disagreed that consistently tendency to address the problem. Hence, employees must be consistent to address the issues to promote their business organisations. It is highly required for employees must look in to the organisation and latest information has to be grasped to survive in the organisation. Solve the problem by giving practical solutions has significant and positive correlation with Know to operate computer. Hence, employees must try to increase the knowledge to use computer and internet to solve the issues. Need to understand the importance of using technology in their relative field to improve their business operations. Hence, if these findings and suggestions are to be taken in right direction, will bring more effectiveness in the organisation.