Goal: Merge your research notes completed for each module, and compose an original, cohesive, compelling, and analytical research paper on the topic approved by your instructor. Content Requirements:
Secure approval from the Instructor by the end of Week 3 as to the specific topic, scope, and title of the final research paper.
Submit an outline of the final research paper by the end of Week 5.
Submit the completed research paper by Week 6 (submit here for final paper).
Each student must write an original research paper, in active voice, typed, double-spaced, justified, with 1-inch margins, in Times New Roman 12-point font, and in current APA style, including an abstract (50 words minimum and 100 words maximum), keywords (3 terms minimum and 5 terms maximum), and references (7 references minimum and no maximum) as well as any relevant tables, figures, and appendixes. Examples of manuscripts in this format are available in the Journal of Multidisciplinary Research.
All work must be submitted only through Canvas, so it can be processed through TurnInIt – the plagiarism and Artificial Intelligence (AI) checking software – and not via email and not via attachments (.doc, .pdf, .rtf, etc.).
Any student conducting research with human subjects (for example – interviews, questionnaires, surveys, or other related approaches) must secure formal, written Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval from STU and must submit a copy of that approval by the end of Week 3. (Be aware this involves a separate process, outside of this course, with a formal proposal, which may create a timeline that may conflict with the due date for this course. A student using this methodology must demonstrate extremely efficient time management.)
The paper is to be written clearly and concisely, and students will lose points for improper grammar, syntax, punctuation, and spelling.
The paper is to be 1,000-1,500 words in length, current APA style, excluding the abstract, title page, keywords, and references page.
Incorporate a minimum of seven (7) current scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions) published within the last five (5) years.
Worker Satisfaction and Organizational Performance: A Study of Amazon’s Work Conditions and Ethics in the United States
Throughout the United States, Amazon workers can expect long hours, low pay, no benefits, and unethical behavior towards them. This paper will describe the scenarios of conflicts, the impacts of conflicts, the potential resolutions, and recommendations concerning conflicts between employees and the management.
The invention of e- retailing has come with a mass urge in procurement that has increased the expansion of Amazon. The broad international integration with cultural differences of workers has levied a high rate of ambiguity in workers’ governance. The current working conditions in relation to Amazon’s middle and low workers are not ethically permissible. According to the U.S. department of labor, Amazon has been found to expose workers to inhumane working conditions and not valuably compensated for their work. Throughout the United States, Amazon workers can expect long hours, low pay, no benefits, and unethical behavior towards them. This paper will describe the scenarios of conflicts, the impacts of conflicts, the potential resolutions, and recommendations concerning conflicts between employees and the management.