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Running head: BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 1 Unit 5 Individual Project

BUSN311-1301B-04

Natasha Rumph

American Intercontinental University Online BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 2

Abstract This paper will analyze employee benefits compared to intrinsic, extrinsic, and overall job

satisfaction. It will use calculations from Microsoft Excel to determine regression analysis and

charts to graph the correlations so that it could be read easily. BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 3 Linear Regression

Regression Statistics

R

R Square

Standard Error

Total Number Of Cases 0.01831

0.00034

-0.00987

0.39152

100

Intrinsic = 5.0749 + 0.0060 * Benefits ANOVA

d.f.

Regression

Residual

Total Intercept 1.

98.

99. SS

0.00504

15.02246

15.0275 MS

0.00504

0.15329 F

0.03288 p-level

0.85648 Coefficients

5.07495 Standard Error

0.17029 LCL

4.73702

0.05956 UCL

5.41288 t Stat

29.80201 p-level

0.E+0 H0 (5%) rejecte

Yes 0.07154 0.18134 0.85648 No Benefits

0.00599

T (5%)

1.98447

LCL - Lower value of a reliable interval (LCL)

UCL - Upper value of a reliable interval (UCL) Introduction 0.03303 BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 4 Correlation statistics and regression analysis is used to determine if there is a relationship

between two variables. Correlations can be either positive or negative. The regressions analysis

calculates how strong the relationships are between the variables. Charts and analysis have been

used to determine the results.

Benefits and Intrinsic Job Satisfaction

Regression output from Excel Graph Linear Regression

Regression Statistics

R

R Square

Standard Error

Total Number Of Cases 0.62825

0.3947

0.38853

0.34533

100

Extrinsic = 6.5035 - 0.2329 * Benefits BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 5 ANOVA

d.f.

Regression

Residual

Total Intercept SS

1.

98.

99. 7.62071

11.68679

19.3075 Coefficients

6.50351 Standard

Error

0.1502 Benefits -0.23291

T (5%)

1.98447

LCL - Lower value of a reliable interval (LCL)

UCL - Upper value of a reliable interval (UCL) Benefits and Extrinsic Job Satisfaction

Regression output from Excel Graph 0.02914 MS F 7.62071

0.11925 63.90373 p-level

2.61302E12 LCL

6.20545

0.29073 UCL

6.80157 t Stat

43.29969 -0.17509 -7.99398 p-level

0.E+0

2.61302E12 H0 (5%) re

Yes

Yes BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 6

Linear Regression Regression Statistics

R

R Square

Standard Error

Total Number Of Cases 0.15949

0.02544

0.01549

0.66619

100

Job Satisfaction = 5.4970 - 0.0899 * Benefits ANOVA

d.f.

1.

98.

99. SS

1.13518

43.49322

44.6284 MS

1.13518

0.44381 F

2.55782 p-level

0.11297 Coefficients

5.49699 Standard Error

0.28975 LCL

4.92199

0.20143 UCL

6.07199 t Stat

18.97137 p-level

0.E+0 H0 (5%) rejected

Yes 0.02165 -1.59932 0.11297 No Regression

Residual

Total Intercept Benefits

-0.08989

T (5%)

1.98447

LCL - Lower value of a reliable interval (LCL)

UCL - Upper value of a reliable interval (UCL) Benefits and Overall Job Satisfaction

Regression output from Excel Graph 0.05621 BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 7 Key components of the regression analysis

Complete the following chart to identify key components of each regression output.

Dependent Variable

Intrinsic Slope

0.006 Y-intercept

5.0749 Equation

y=0.006x+5.0749 0.00034 Extrinsic -0.2329 6.5035 y=-0.2329x+6.5035 0.3947 Overall -0.0899 5.497 y=-0.0899x+5.497 0.02544 Similarities and Differences

The intrinsic job satisfaction variable was the only variable to present a positive correlation

and slope. The extrinsic job satisfaction and overall job satisfaction variables presented negative

correlations and slopes (Editorial Board, 2012).

Correlation coefficients

The extrinsic job satisfaction variable presented the strongest correlation at r2 =0.3947.

Correlation coefficients can be between -1 and 1 and whichever variable is closer to -1 or 1 is the

stronger correlation. It does not matter whether the correlation coefficient is negative or positive.

The reason for this is because with positive correlation as one variable increases, so will the BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 8 other. As far as negative correlation, as one increases the other decreases (Editorial Board, 2012).

What this means to the manager is that as the benefits increases the extrinsic job satisfaction

would decrease. This could help the manager to identify where he or she needs to focus to put

together an employee benefits package.

Conclusion

Connections two variables can be determined by using correlations and regression. The use

of regression can determine how strong the relationship is between the two sets of data. After

analyzing the three sets of data it can be determined that employees are more extrinsically

satisfied with their job than any other factor. BUSN311 ? Regression Analysis 9 References

Editorial Board. (2012). Elementary Statistics (2). Schaumburg, IL: Words of Wisdom. Retrieved

from http://wow.coursesmart.com/9781934920657/firstsection#

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