Answer each question with at least 200 words citation and reference
1. You still have the supervisor job (and your doctoral degree, of course). You still want to impress your manager, who has now asked for ideas to reward employees who contribute more to the company. As a deep thinker (you have a doctorate after all), your question is: More of what? To remain as objective as possible while evaluating your staff members, you determine that a quantitative methodology will be the best approach. How can you fairly measure what an employee has contributed? What criteria and measures would you use? What records would you keep for this purpose to be able to compare contributions? Using the research literature, justify why this would be the best approach for data collection.
Note: Rather than providing insights into the topics of employee rewards/compensation or employee retention, focus your discussion post on the research methodology, research design, and data collection process to resolve this applied research example.
2.Your boss was happy with your data collection plan to identify contributions of employees and offer them equitable rewards for their contributions to the success of the company. The plan has been implemented for half a year now. Has it been effective? Effective in terms of what? What quantitative research design can you use to find out? Why did you choose this design?
Note: Rather than providing insights into the topics of employee rewards/compensation or employee retention, focus your discussion post on the research methodology and design to resolve this applied research example.