TOPIC: The Impact of Employee Engagement on Staffing and Employment
General format and sequence
Introduction (At least 1 page, Level 1 heading)
Findings (At least 6 pages, organized under Level 1 and Level 2 headings)
Each article review should be 2–3 paragraphs. The following should be provided in the student’s own original words:
a) the theoretical model and/or conceptual model used by the author(s) of the article.
b) a description of whether the article is a quantitative study or qualitative article.
c) the research methodology used, and a description of the sample size and demographics if the study is quantitative.
d) the research findings reported by the author(s) of the article.
e) the conclusions of the author(s) of the article.
f) multiple in-text citations of the article using the author-date citation method required by the APA format.
Conclusions and Recommendations (At least 1 page, Level 1 heading)
Each of the 12 references must be discussed in the narrative, and correctly cited in the narrative.
Paraphrase – Do not quote
The assignment must not be a series of quotations. It is the student’s skills in critical analysis and
scholarly discussion that are being evaluated in this assignment; therefore, quotations should be
kept to an absolute minimum. Zero quotations are preferred. The ideas, concepts, and findings
located in the 12 scholarly articles should be paraphrased in the student’s own words, correctly
The content must be organized under headings in accordance with the APA format. As a general
rule, Level 1 and Level 2 headings will be used in this assignment.
All pages of all assignments, including the title page and reference list, must be double-spaced and typed in 12-point Times New Roman fonts with one-inch margins on all four sides. MS Word files only. The Literature Review must meet the standards of the current edition of the APA manual for in-text citations, references, headings, grammar, spelling and mechanics.
You may submit your Literature Review: Part 3 – Final Submission Assignment to the draft
submission link entitled Literature Review: Part 3 – Draft Submission Assignment to check
your Turnitin results prior to submitting your final copy of the Literature Review: Part 3 –Final Submission Assignment.
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool. The tool
is a starting point for instructors to check overall Academic Integrity and higher scores generally
indicate a higher probability of Academic Misconduct. The higher a score, the higher the
probability that there are too many quotations included in the narrative, and/or there are passages that have not been properly cited.
There are several resources provided by the Academic Success Center and Online Writing
Center websites for you to consult. Direct links to these sites are provided on the Literature
Review: Part 3 – Final Submission Assignment page under the Literature Review Resources.