The results of the analysis are as follows: 42% of the population was male while 58% were female. Moreover, tenure of each gender in the population revealed that 65.83% of the male employees had been with the company for less than two years, 21.67% had been working for between 2 to five years, while only 12.50% had stayed in the company for over 5 years. On the other hand, among the female population of workers, 54.17% had a tenure of less than 2 years, 25% had been with the company for between 2 to 5 years, and 20.83% of the female population had worked in the company for over five years.
It is also important to note that 3.82% of the population worked in the human resource department while 34.72% and 61.46% worked in the IT and Administration departments respectively. Lastly, the mean overall job satisfaction of the male employees was 4.43 on a scale of 1-7 with 7 being the highest while the mean overall job satisfaction for the female employees was 4.26.
Using the principles of the theory of probability is was revealed that a 79% chance exists that a randomly picked individual will be female while there is a 50.7% chance that any randomly picked employee will be aged between 22 and 49 years old. ...