A Survey Report

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The Project Report
Sahina Puri & Neha luthra

Western International University

Res 600 Graduate Research Methods

Mrs Shilpi Jain

05 Th March 2010

Table of Contents

Acknowledgement..................................................................................................................3

Executive Summary.................................................................................................................4

Introduction.............................................................................................................................5

Explanation of variables...........................................................................................................6

Hypothesis................................................................................................................................7

ACKNOWLEGDEMENT

We would like to express our gratitude to all those who gave us the possibility to complete this project special thanks to our Faculty Prof.Shilpi Jain who gave us all support to complete this project and gave us all the possible knowledge regarding the subject which has helped us in understanding Business Research in much depth.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

“As organisations globalise and become more dependent on technology in a virtual working environment, there is greater need to connect and engage with employees to provide them with an organisational…...

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