Surveys have shown that the mistreatment of employees by the management is a common occurrence among many firms and corporations. Employees allow the management to disregard their rights as employees of the company, to avoid being fired by the same management. Drafting a survey for a questionnaire is a hectic task. This paper discuses the various steps that I took when creating my survey, it also explains the purpose of the survey and the method that was used to administer, and interpret the survey.
The first purpose of this survey was to find out if employees are indeed mistreated by the management. The second purpose was to establish the kind of relationship that the employees have created at the work place. The final purpose was to find out the opinion of the employee on the change they would like to take place in their departments and management, in order to improve their working conditions. This was done by creating questions in the questionnaire that reflected the above.
[...] The rows were labeled with the number of multiple-choice questions that is, 1-8. The scale and index questions were counted and the number of questionnaires with the same answer was filled in the table according to the question number and the answer chosen. The score was determined by comparing the results in the table, for each question the highest number in the row reflects the view of the majority of the respondents. In the questions that required a short answer, those questionnaires with the same point or argument were counted and a score assigned. [...]
[...] I formulated direct and short questions, which only required the respondents to tick where appropriate (Czaja & Blair, 2005). Administering instructions The survey was to be carried out using a questionnaire; the questionnaire was distributed to the selected organizations with the permission of the management. The employees were expected to tick where appropriate according to what fit them best. For the questions that did not require a tick, the respondent was expected to write a short answer that would reflect their stand or their opinion on the matter being asked. [...]
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[...] Conclusion In the corporate world today, mistreatment of employees is the talk of the day. Employees need to come together and form unions in the company that will help protect them from mistreatment by the management. The management also has to form forums that will enable it incorporate changes that will help the employees fill comfortable, and appreciated at their places of work. References Brace I. (2008). Questionnaire Design: How to Plan, Structure and Write Survey Material for Effective Market Research. [...]
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