In this stage of the Proposal, you will explore how your work fits existing published work, by reviewing literature on your research topic. While gathering sources for your review, keep in mind that your final literature review for the dissertation should represent a thorough understanding of what has already been written about the subject. In addition, consider how your research question derives from the knowledge you have gained from the resources in your review.
Choose three articles from online library resources which are relevant to the subject of your dissertation, and complete a review of these articles. Discuss the key arguments and findings, describing how you think they apply to your topic and specific research questions, plus the potential implications of these findings for your research.
Remember that you must paraphrase the articles in your own words (appropriately referenced, of course) and synthesise their potential contribution to your research; they should not be presented as a 'list' of articles. Add your analysis to Section 2 of your Proposal Proforma, and submit this to the Assingment link provided below no later than midnight of Day 7 (Wednesday). This initial literature review will form an integral part of the formal Proposal that is due for submission at the end of Week 7 of this module.
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The first article describes how MNEs recruit local workforce at a premium. This article shows how the recruitment of UAE persons is taken for granted in industries such as the banking industry. This practice distorts the compensation system in those industries. The article asserts that the MNEs offer high salaries to locals so that they get local acceptance. The relevance of this article is that in those industries where locals are hired at a premium there is a possibility of low motivation for workers from countries other than UAE.
The second article selected says that reward and recognition system used in UAE uses is perceived differently in the UAE health care system (Younies. ...
The solution to this problem explains three articles related to the use of compensations and benefits in motivating UAE employees. The references related to the answer are also included.