hello, I am doing MBA through distance education. Since, this is the first project for me please send me any sample project about employee engagement
From India, Madras
sha
7

hi, I am attaching my project on employee engagement. I hope this will be useful for u.
From India, Madras

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Hi Sha
This is very usefull information u have provided, can you give me format / information on
1.Review performance of employee
2.Apprasials / confirmations
3. Arrangement of award cermony functions / get together
Regards
Hemant
Pune

From India, Mumbai
Hello sha, thanks for uploading ur project. it is quite good. however, i have a doubt, how did u get the Values(X) in table 27? did u assign values in your questionnaire?:confused:
From India, Delhi
sha
7

hi rahul, I didn’t understand what u exactly need. anyway I try to answer i used chi-square test and also attaching the document. Hope this will be useful to u.
From India, Madras

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Hi Sha..i'm also doing a project on the same topic. But i too hv the same doubt. how did u get the value of X in table 27 and also how did u calculated the engaged, disengaged etc., plz explain me....you can mail me to
From India, Madras
sha
7

Hi ,
I recevied a lot of enquiry regarding this so I'll explain in open forum to my knowledge. The value of X can be calculated using 5 point likert scale. Assign no/mark 1 to 5 from stongly disagree to strongly agree. for each questions assign the coresponding value and sum up the result is X(for each sample). Using karl pearson's standard deviation overall employee engaged can be calculated. I hope this will help.

From India, Madras
Hope this helps :) regards - r o u l e t t e
From India, Mumbai

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hi sha
i also have the same doubt.i understood how u calculated ur X values.but could u explain to me how u calculated the no. of actively disengaged,not engaged and engaged values. was there any range for calculating it ?
with regards
rahul

From India, Madras
Hi rahul,
After calculating Standard Deviation (σ ).
Add Actual mean (`x) and Standard devaition.
i.e i got Actual mean = 89.12
and SD= 15.04
(add) Am+SD= 89.12 + 15.04 = 104.16
(sub) Am-SD= 89.12 - 15.04 = 74.08
now if the value goes above 104.16 then consider the sample as engaged.
If the value goes below 74.08 then consider those sample as Actively disengaged and if the value of the sample is inbetween 104.16 and 74.08 then consider as not engaged. See very simple. I think u vow me some money:icon10::icon10::icon10:. I was just kidding. I hope this will help

From India, Madras






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