PayPlan - Ho: There is not a relationship b df 3 Ha: There...

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Type of Pay Plan Based on Performance Based on Seniority Job Satisfaction Satisfied 29 17 46 Somewhat Satisfied 38 33 71 frequencies observed Somewhat Dissatisfied 21 21 42 Dissatisfied 14 39 53 102 110 212 Based on the table above, is there a relationship between job satisfaction and type of pay plan? Numbers in th For example, 29 individuals in the play based on performance report that they are satisfied. Performance Seniority Satisfied 22.13 23.87 46 frequencies expected Somewhat Satisfied 34.16 36.84 71 Somewhat Dissatisfied 20.21 21.79 42 Dissatisfied 25.5 27.5 53 102 110 212 chi test 0 this is the p value
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Unformatted text preview: Ho: There is not a relationship b df 3 Ha: There is a relationship betw chi inv 14.99 this is the chi square If p value < .05 we conclude tha Since .0018 < .005 we conclude the critical value of a statistic is he table respresent employees by group. between job sat and type of pay plan een job sat and type of pay plan at Ha is supported e that there is a relationship between the two variables the point at which the p value associated with the statistic drops below our alpha (.05)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2010 for the course B&E BADM 621 taught by Professor Hawley during the Spring '10 term at WVU.

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