You are an HR manager who completed doing a survey among your employees. Many of the questions you asked your employees involved various attitudes they have about working at the company.
The following are a few questions in your survey: Independent Variables
Overall job satisfaction (1 = strongly disagree; 5 = strongly agree) 1. All in all, I am satisfied with my job
2. In general, I do not like my job
3. In general, I like my job
Task variety (1 = strongly disagree; 5 = strongly agree)
1. The job involves a great deal of task variety.
2. The job involves doing a number of different things.
3. The job requires the performance of a wide range of tasks. 4. The job involves performing a variety of tasks.
Scheduling autonomy (1 = strongly disagree; 5 = strongly agree)
1. The job allows me to make my own decisions about how to schedule my work. 2. The job allows me to decide on the order in which things are done on the job. 3. The job allows me to plan how I do my work.
Job complexity (1 = strongly disagree; 5 = strongly agree)
1. The job requires that I do many tasks or activities at a time. 2. The tasks on the job are simple and uncomplicated.
3. The job comprises relatively complicated tasks.
4. The job involves performing relatively simple tasks.
Work social support (1 = strongly disagree; 5 = strongly agree) 1. I have the opportunity to develop close friendships in my job. 2. I have the chance in my job to get to know other people.
3. I have the opportunity to meet with others in my work.
4. My supervisor is concerned about the welfare of the people that work for him/her. 5. People I work with take a personal interest in me.
6. People I work with are friendly.
Intent to leave
1. How often do you think about quitting your job? (1 = never; 5 = often)
2. How likely is it that you would search for a position with another employer? (1 = not likely; 5 = very likely)
3. How likely is it that you will leave the organization in the next year? (1 = not likely; 5 = very likely)
Commitment (1 = strongly disagree; 5 = strongly agree)
1. I would be very happy to spend the rest of my career with this organization.
2. I enjoy discussing my organization with people outside it.
3. I really feel as if this organization’s problems are my own.
4. I think that I could easily become attached to another organization as I am to this one.5. I do not feel like ‘part of the family’ at my organization.
6. I do not feel ‘emotionally attached’ to this organization.
7. This organization has a great deal of personal meaning for me.
8. I do not feel a strong sense of belonging to my organization.
The data with the survey responses will be emailed to you through Canvas. If you do not receive an email with the dataset by 5:00 pm Friday, December 4 then please email me at [email protected]
Use this data to analyze what variables predict employees’intent to leave and commitment. This will require you to complete two regressions, one predicting intent to leave and the other predicting commitment. When doing this, report the descriptive statistics (means and standard deviations) of each variable, a correlation matrix, and which variables are statistically significant predictors of intent to leave and commitment (i.e., do a regression analysis). When reporting your results, interpret the meaning of the regression coefficient(s) for the significant predictor(s) and interpret the meaning of R-square for the entire regression model for both regressions.
Here are my key expectations/formatting guidelines for your case assessment:
1. Submit to Canvas a Word documentbefore the scheduled exam on Dec. 10that summarizes your answers to these questions. Please use Times New Roman 12-point font, single-spaced, with standard 1″ margins throughout. Make sure to include your name with the submission.
2.Also submit your dataset where you completed the assignment (thus you will be submitting two files). This will help me in grading this portion of the exam.
3. There is no hard page limit, but just make sure that your writing is clear, concise, and complete. Please state any assumptions (and reasons for those assumptions) that may be necessary.
4. Make sure that your writing is polished, professional, and flows well.