Associations between Quantitative and Qualitative Job Insecurity and Well-Being

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Associations between Quantitative andQualitative Job Insecurity and Well-being
ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................2Q1 Sample size................................................................................................................................3Is sample size adequate?..............................................................................................................3Q2 Sampling method.......................................................................................................................4Current sampling method and merits and demerits of the method..............................................4Q3 Measures of variables................................................................................................................5Reliability and validity of measures............................................................................................5Q4 Data collection on social demographics....................................................................................6Purpose of collecting data............................................................................................................6Q5 Research design.........................................................................................................................7Current research design and enumerating positive and negatives of research design.................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONStatistical tools are quite relevant to organization in order to carry out the research ineffective way. Present report deals with analyzing associations between qualitative andquantitative job insecurity and well-being of employees in the banking sector of Belgium.Sample size is taken and sampling method is listed in the report along with advantages anddisadvantages of the same. Furthermore, research design is also explained with merits anddemerits.Q1 Sample sizeIs sample size adequate?The current sample size chosen is 15000 employees from the banking sector of Belgium.The total employees are 69000 and as such, around 21 % of sample size is taken for conductingresearch of the sector regarding qualitative and quantitative aspect of job insecurity. The samplesize is the representation of whole population which is chosen for conducting survey with muchease. This helps to identify all the views of workers by taking sample which is a representative ofoverall population with regards to employees. It provides clarity about perceptions of jobinsecurity in relation to both quantitative and quantitative elements in the best possible manner(Moulin, 2014).Moreover, the sample size is necessary for conducting survey from employees inBelgium banking sector. It is important as practical impossible to collect data of each and everyperson and as such, sample becomes necessary for outlining research in the most economicalway. This means that size is taken roughly 21 % which is adequate for extracting results withmuch ease. The main purpose of taking sample from entire population is that survey cannot betaken from whole universe and as a result, estimation is done with regards to entiredemographics. Moreover, there are various advantages of sample size such as it saves time of theresearcher, quick results can be attained in effective manner. Furthermore, fast and efficientinformation is extracted which help researcher to carry out results and as such, sample size isconsidered as a representative of whole data set.The sample data collected of employees is reliable for analyzing qualitative andquantitative aspect of job insecurity. Moreover, it would be much expensive to collect opinionsof every employees and as such, data is gathered about 21 % of employees with address provided
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