Preparing to Conduct Business Research, Res351

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Team C

Axia College University of Phoenix

09/17/2012

RES/351 Instructor Negussie Nega

Preparing to Conduct Business Research Part 1

Introduction

In this paper Team C will discuss a situation within a company that requires research, hypothesis and variable. We will also go over the ethics that need to be taken into account. The situation that is being faced is the employee turnover rate is too high. This is a significant problem because it is causing the company to lose money each time they have to train a new employee. This is a great situation to research and find out what is going on, and figure out how it can be changed. The research for this will figure out why the situation seems to be that there is a high turnover rate and the hypothesis will give an idea of what to do and a direction to go in. Team C will also discuss the variables, and ethical considerations that need to be required for this issue.

Research Question for Employee Turnover

When management should find themselves with a management dilemma, they will need to do some research as to how to solve the dilemma. Part of the process of solving that dilemma is to define research questions. In order to define research questions, management must define a management question. If the management dilemma is that employee turnover seems to be high, management will start by exploring possible problems. Management will then follow with a management question, such as what can be done to make employees want to stay with the company? This would take more research as to why employees are leaving and what would make them want to stay long-term with the company. Management could observe the way employees are treated by direct supervisors as well as look at the pay grade for that area. Once this step has been completed, management can then define their research questions, such as; “Should management offer better wages?” “Is enough training being offered to empower employees to...
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