It was hypothesised that dominance and sociability affect job performance indirectly through their effects on ability to form good client relationships and ability to work co-operatively with colleagues. Using SPSS, run a regression analysis to test this hypothesis

It has been suggested that the factors which predict job performance will be different across different types of professions. In one large accounting organisation researchers collected the following information from a random sample of employees:

Performance Job performance. Measured on a metric scale taking values from 0 to 100, with
higher values representing a better performance.

Client Ability to form good client relationships. Measured on a metric scale taking values from 0 to 20, with higher scores representing greater ability to form good client relationships.

Colleague Ability to work co-operatively with colleagues. Measured on a metric scale taking values from 0 to 20, with higher scores representing a greater ability to work co-operatively with colleagues.

Dominance Participants were classified as either dominant or non-dominant. A person who is not dominant would not tend to dominate other people.

Sociab Sociability measures the extent to which participants enjoy social interactions. Measured on a metric scale taking values from 0 to 20, with higher scores representing greater sociability.

Hypothetical data for these variables can be found in the Wbk2_Q2 2016.sav data file.

a. It was hypothesised that dominance and sociability affect job performance indirectly through their effects on ability to form good client relationships and ability to work co-operatively with colleagues. Using SPSS, run a regression analysis to test this hypothesis.
Save your output file.

b. Write a concise report on the regression analysis. (USE the example and exercises in Section 3.5 of the textbook as a guide. The week 4 and 6 tutorial examples might also be useful.) Type this report into the Surname_Answer2 document and include the word pasted output file from Q2a. as an appendix.

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