Discuss about the Employee Wages in Communication Media.
Field of research: The Human resource has recently been the key target of most management companies. Various forms of communication in human resource department are necessary for significant determination of workplace structure including the amount of wages of the employees. For sustaining employee satisfaction, motivation and morale, association between employee base and income of employees play a crucial role in communication field. When there is no association between employee income and workforce of employees in terms of job field, the organization might observe a decline in productivity and performance as employees could realize themselves as undervalued, under-waged and unappreciated.
The topic focuses on major workforce executed by employees, distribution of income level of Berkeley Company and accounting of personnel program. The accounting of employee wages takes into account of work status, relocation and supervisory relationship.
Secondary data: Publicly available survey data on employee satisfaction could be found in https://hr.berkeley.edu/node/5305
Research Question: The study tries to examine the association between human resources of the employees and their wage amount in Berkeley.
1. Job family of the job field (example- Broadcast communication, Digital communication, General communication, Media communication, Publication and Production)
- Job grade of the employees
- Minimum, Mid and Maximum amount of salary of the employees
Search terms: employee performance, job field, job family, job performance, job grade, amount of monthly income.
Merged articles and reference list: Many Studies show a positive relationship exists between employee income and human resource management in terms of job grade (Galinsky, E. and Stein, P.J., 1990). Some study indicated that pay equity and product quality has insignificant association (Cowherd, D.M. and Levine, D.I., 1992). The positive correlation between industrial grade and employee income explains positive wage model in Berkeley industry.
Cowherd, D. M., & Levine, D. I. (1992). Product quality and pay equity between lower-level employees and top management: An investigation of distributive justice theory. Administrative Science Quarterly, 302-320.
Galinsky, E., & Stein, P. J. (1990). The impact of human resource policies on employees: Balancing work/family life. Journal of Family Issues, 11(4), 368-383.
Hussin, A. (2011). The relationship between job satisfaction and job performance among employee engagement: An explorative study. Issues in Business Management and Economics, 4(1), 1-8.
Shmailan, A. S. B. (2016). The relationship between job satisfaction, job performance and employees in tradewinds group of companies (Doctoral dissertation, Open University Malaysia).