Employee’s Performance: DATA ANALYSIS(1)

Frequency Distribution

The data is coded and prepared for automatic processing and analysis at this stage. In order to examine the pattern of responses frequency distribution is constructed to each of the independent and dependent variables under investigation. A frequency distribution of a single variable sometimes referred to as a univariate frequency distribution. It is the frequency of observations in each category of a variable.


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Table 1 presents the designation of the respondents. About 29.9 percent of the respondents were top manager, while about one-third i.e., 32.0 percent of them were middle manager and 38.1 percent of them were bottom manager. Second section of Table depicts that 16.5 percent of the respondents belonged to age group 20-25 years, while little more than one-third i.e., 35.1 percent of them had 26-30 years of age and 30.9 percent of them had 31-35 years of age. About 14.4 percent of the respondents had 36-40 years of age and remaining 3.1 percent of the respondents had above 40 years of age. The results indicate that majority of the respondents’ belonged to young age groups. Third part of Table presents the educational level of the respondents.

Table 1
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