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Postby BrdB » Sat May 17, 2014 8:28 am

How to determine the impact of a change in social security legislation on HR policies in SPSS?

Hi,

I’m working on a school project (almost finished) but since I’m quite a beginner with SPSS, I was hoping I could count on you. I’m supposed to determine the impact of a change in social security legislation on HR policies. That is why I asked HR managers in my survey (only once when the reform had already taken place) what type of labor (temporary labor, trainees, student workers….) they use more frequent after the reform. This way they can work around the law.

But how can I statistically prove a stricter employment protection legislation leads to a higher use of alternative recruitment possibilities? Is it in this case necessary to work with hypotheses or assumptions (but then I would have 7 hypotheses, since organizations have 7 different possibilities)? Is that too many? I was considering a Pearson Correlation test but that is only for scale and ordinal variables… What can you recommend?

Thank you very much for your response! If anything is unclear, you can ask me!

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