Answer each question with at least 200 words citation and reference:
1.Your manager is very pleased with your research data collection plan and quantitative research design for measuring employee contributions and has asked you to write a literature review (similar to Chapter 2 in your dissertation). Your dilemma is what empirical research should be included in your literature review. How can you discern quality studies in the quantitative realm from mediocre ones? What are the top five criteria for selecting high quality quantitative empirical articles for your literature review? Justify criteria selected with appropriate sources.
Note: Rather than providing insights into or literature regarding the topics of employee rewards/compensation or employee retention, focus your discussion post on the research methodology and design and the process of selecting scholarly quantitative literature to resolve this applied research example.
2.After you have determined what sources to include in your literature review to assess employee contributions in the workplace, you must now compile your review and reflect on the implications of all that you have read in the extant literature and how that applies to your research. To what extent might the strengths, weakness, limitations, and delimitations of existing studies indicate strengths, weakness, limitations, and delimitations of your study? Explain.
Note: Rather than providing insights into the topics of employee rewards/compensation or employee retention, focus your discussion post on the research methodology and design to resolve this applied research example.