Mathematics
6-2 Scenario Analysis: Vacation Time

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The vice-president of administration at your company wonders whether employees are taking adequate amounts of vacation time. Employee burnout is a concern. Research suggests that an employee taking less than 1.4 weeks of vacation annually is very likely to experience burnout. You are asked to analyze the employee vacation data and conduct a hypothesis test with the following results:

t = 2.93
p = 0.0084

  1. What factors should the vice-president consider in determining the presence of employee burnout?
  2. Do employees take more than 1.4 weeks of vacation?
  3. What reasons should the vice-president provide to the president to justify the recommendation on employee burnout?
  4. Based on the data, is the presence of employee burnout an issue that may negatively impact the company?

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QSO 510 Scenario Analysis Guidelines and Rubric Knowledge of statistics is important foundational knowledge for analyzing data. Equally important is what you can do with that information. An overarching goal of this course is to consider how statistics informs decision making, or data-based decision making. Throughout this course, you will be asked to make decisions and then to consider the impact of those choices. Whether in stock trading, in car sales, or on the production floor, the decisions you make as a business professional should be directly influenced by the data available to you. Careful analysis is the key to data-based decision making. Each module task below provides a scenario and a list of questions for you to answer using data-based decision making.       Module Two: Stock Options Module Four: Cars Sold Module Five: Computer Chips Module Six: Vacation Time Module Eight: Promotion Module Ten: Printing Equipment Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. II. III. IV. Main Elements Integration and Application Analysis Critical Thinking Guidelines for Submission: Your analysis of the scenario must be submitted as a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing and 12-point Times New Roman font. Rubric Critical Elements Main Elements Integration and Application Analysis Critical Thinking Articulation of Response Exemplary (100%) Thoroughly addresses each of the main elements found in the individual prompts and guiding questions for each scenario All of the course concepts are correctly applied Meets “Proficient” and the quality of the statistical analysis is above minimum quality standards for competent Draws insightful conclusions that are thoroughly defended with peer-reviewed evidence and examples Proficient (90%) Adequately addresses all of the main elements found in the individual prompts and guiding questions for each scenario Most of the course concepts are correctly applied Represents competency with respect to the statistical analysis Needs Improvement (70%) Addresses most but not all of the main elements found in the individual prompts and guiding questions for scenario Some of the course concepts are correctly applied Statistical analysis is evident, but does not meet standards Not Evident (0%) Addresses less than half of the main elements found in the individual prompts or guiding questions for each scenario Does not correctly apply any of the course concepts Statistical analysis is not evident Value 20 Draws informed conclusions that are justified with evidence based on peer-reviewed research Draws logical conclusions, but does not defend with evidence based on peer-reviewed research Does not draw logical conclusions 10 Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy to read format Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas Earned Total 10 20 40 100% ...
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Employee Burnout
1. What factors should the vice-president consider in determining the presence of
employee burnout?
There are various factors that the vice president ought to consider in order to determine the
presence...

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