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Annotated Bibliography

Mastracchio Jr., N. J., Jiménez-Angueira, C., & Toth, I. (2015). The State of Ethics in

Business and the Accounting Profession. CPA Journal, 85(3), 48-52.

This article discusses the challenges facing the business and accounting professions

regarding ethics implementation. Utilizing examples from the National Business Ethics Survey,

the article explains that unethical behavior has been in decline. However, the public does not

trust businesses to self-regulate especially since studies have shown that business students are

more likely to engage in unethical behavior than students in other areas of research

Bender, M. Contacos-Sawyer, J & Thomas, B. (2013). Benefits strategies for attracting and

retaining employees.

The article is about benefits strategies for attracting and retaining employees. The

material has a productive contribution to the scholarly world since it offers strategies for

implementing employee benefits program that draws best-qualified candidates for employment.

The section gives information on how an organization can be profitable in this case it

states that a company needs to offer viable, adequate compensation as well as benefit packages.

The research findings have been limited to benefits strategies for attracting and retaining

Munir, R. & Rahman, R. (2016). Determining Dimensions of Job Satisfaction Using Factor

Analysis Procedia Economics and Finance, 37, 488-496.


The turnover rate of employees is an element that affects most organizations; most

employees may decide to change their working positions or shift to other organizations due to

dissatisfaction. In other words, employees’ turnover rate is considerable with their attitudes and

behaviors which must be at the center of each organizational management.

Munir & Rahman (2016), were concerned with identifying the validity, reliability and the

normality of item measurement in analyzing some elements of job satisfaction. The results of the

study are much relevant to some organizations as they provide them with precise and valid factors

which are known to influencing the job satisfaction among employees. The organizations will be

able to use these factors to improve them to enhance the employees’ job satisfaction and hence

increasing employees’ motivation.

Kelly, S. & MacDonald, P. (2016). A Look at Leadership Styles and Workplace Solidarity

Communication. International Journal of Business Communication.


Kelly & MacDonald (2016) suggested that it is essential to highlight the specific factors

contributing to the phenomenon. Therefore, the study points out some key factors that affect the

nursing turnover such as limited career opportunities; lack of employee recognition; poor

employee support; and the negative staff attitudes. Kelly & MacDonald (2016) were determining

the factor analysis using the principal element with varimax, and then four factors such as the

benefit, managerial support, co-workers’ support as well as the work condition with the backing

towards career development were identified.