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Inferential Analysis on Inputs to Social Exchange when Grouped by Equity Preference

Inferential Analysis on Inputs to Social Exchange when Grouped by Equity Preference

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The study focused on equity preference, inputs to social exchange and job satisfaction in the context of an academic institution. It has been conducted considering the scarcity of studies within the locale that may be used as basis on how to improve job satisfaction with attention to employees' equity preference. It presents the profile of the part...

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... observation from the computed means may hold true for the current sample, it may not be the same for the population. As presented on Table 6, the same result holds true when looking into the existence of a possible significant difference in job satisfaction levels, hygiene and motivating factors, when grouped according to inputs to social exchange. There is no significant difference in job satisfaction for both Hygiene (F [52] = 2.634, p > 0.05) and Motivating (F [52] = 1.174, p >0.05) factors when participants were grouped by inputs to social exchange using ANOVA. ...