Job Turnover and Job Satisfaction Research Paper by The Research Group

Job Turnover and Job Satisfaction
A research design to determine if increasing job satisfaction among technological professionals reduces turnover rate.
# 15312 | 2,250 words | 7 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Jul 21, 2003 in Business (Management) , Research Designs (General) , Labor Studies (General)


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A research design is described and explained for an intervention the objective of which is to reduce the turnover rate among technological professionals through enhancing the job satisfaction of such personnel. This description and explanation is presented within the contexts of (1) a description of the intervention, (2) the goal and objective of the intervention, (3) the target population for the intervention, (4) the stage of development of the intervention, (5) the purpose of this evaluation, (6) the evaluation design, (7) the sampling process, (8) the dependent and indepe

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"Research Design: Reducing Turnover Through Enhancing Job Satisfaction At CCMP
Introduction
A research design is described and explained for an intervention the objective of which is to reduce the turnover rate among technological professionals through enhancing the job satisfaction of such personnel. This description and explanation is presented within the contexts of (1) a description of the intervention, (2) the goal and objective of the intervention, (3) the target population for the intervention, (4) the stage of development of the intervention, (5) the purpose of this evaluation, (6) the evaluation design, (7) the sampling process, (8) the dependent and independent variables, (9) the levels of measurement for the variables, and (10)..."

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