Study Title: Factors that Inspire Workers Employed by Small Businesses, with 5 or Less Years of Services and 5 and More Years of Service, to Remain Loyal to their Employer 8027 Section XX:
Instructor: Dr. Edward Mason
Learner’s Name: Michael D. Woods
Your email address: DrMikedWoods@aol.com
This purpose of this paper is to examine the survey research methods and process of the factors that motivate workers with 5 and less years of services and workers with 5 and more years of service to remain loyal to their employer. The study will analyze the motivating factors that inspire employees to start working and why workers build a career with a small business. The investigation will also explore job satisfaction and why do employees waste company time completing personal tasks at work. Data was analyzed to determine was there a relation among the variable. The result of the study decided whether the hypothesis(s) are supported or rejected.
Final Project: Survey Methods
This study was implemented to measure employees’ motivational factors that include job satisfaction and employees’ dedication to performing tasks at work and remaining loyal to their employer. The data collected would make a determination to what factors are successful, what factors need to be eliminated, and what factors should be put in practice in the future. The study was conducted by sending questionnaires to several small businesses in Greenville, MS. Several types of organizations were utilized that provided different type of service and products. The questionnaire had two parts. The first part of the questionnaire was utilized to measure factors that motivate employees to remain loyal to their employer, dedication to their job, and job satisfaction. The second part of the questionnaire measured do employees waste company time doing personal tasks.
Management / Problem Statement
Motivated employees assists organizations to operate efficiently. When employees are not properly motivated, worker are dissatisfied and have low moral. Workers not motivated properly also leads to low quality services and high job turn over ratio, which leads to the loss of revenue. Motivated employees benefit all organizations. Workers that are inspired require less supervision from their managers. Manager’s interaction will be more of co worker transaction verses a superior transaction. This concept would lead the workers to believe that the manager cares more about the employees, which in return will motivate the employee more. Purpose Statement
The purpose of the study is to investigate the factors that inspire workers employed by small businesses, with 5 years or less service and 5 years of more services, to remain loyal to their employer. Some small businesses do not have the benefit packages and the retirement plans to offer their employees. Managers of these organizations are faced with the challenge of motivating employees to make a career in their organization. This study will show what forces drives an employee to work for a small business and to make a career at the organization. RQ1: (ONE SENTENCE)
What motivates workers employed by small businesses, with 5 and less years of service and with 5 and more years of services, to remain loyal to their employer? Investigative Questions
The investigative questions for this study
Does boredom of not having anything to do in life motivate employees to remain loyal to their employer? Does accomplishment motivate employees to remain loyal to their employer? Does recognition motivate employees to remain loyal to their employer? Does a salary motivate employees to remain loyal to their employer? Does the fear of not finding another job motivates employees to remain loyal to their employer? Does job satisfaction permits employer to remain loyal to their employer? Because employees are allowed to waste company time doing...
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