Ow Companies Motivate Employees Through Different Incentives

My Paper is on workplace incentives and how employees respond to compensation and workplace incentives. Its for english 205 and.

Here is my outline:
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:
The purpose of this proposal is to report on different styles of incentives and their results that employers design for their employees. I will research current and future incentive plans, as well as interview at least one CEO on the subject.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM:
Sometimes people can become bored or unmotivated at work. Employers often overlook employeeas moral as a reason of lack of production. Creating work and personal incentives can motivate and excite people to be more productive and positive every day.
AUDIENCE:
The audience for this report is any business owner or manager who is looking to motivate their employees to be more creative or more productive.
OUTLINE:
I. Opening
A. Compensation, bonuses, benefits and their role in motivation employees
II. Body
A. History of Corporate Incentive Design
i. Google-20% Engineering Program
ii. Toyota-Line Worker Incentive Program
iii. GE-Imagination Environment
iv. Disney-Imagineering Effort
B. Current Progressive Incentive Designs
i. Bonuses
ii. Vacations
iii. Competition
C. Human Capital Theory Applications
i. Investing in Current Employees
ii. Keeping Current Employees
iii. Sending Employees Back to School
D. DeLong Company Programs
i. Interview of David DeLong C.E.O and President
E. GE Corporate Incentives
i. Interview with GE Healthcare Manager
F. Findings
G. Proposals
III. Closing
A. Summary of past, current and future work incentive programs.
B. Restate the problem and results
C. Closing Statement

Here is the assignment insrtuctions

Your research should include a variety of sources. You are required to rely on secondary sources. Examples of secondary sources include books and articles from journals, magazines, and newspapers. Depending upon your topic, you may also want to obtain business documents, such as annual reports and brochures, and government documents. In addition, you may want to rely on primary sources, such as information obtained from interviews with appropriate individuals on or off campus, observations of a business or system, and surveys completed by appropriate individual. However, primary sources are optional; therefore, it is not acceptable to rely only on interviews and surveys. Also, do not rely only on internal documents obtained at your place of work or only on websites. You should avoid using encyclopedia websites, as they are not suitable for academic research.
Format
A formal report is a?formala because it has parts that follow specific forms. This report should contain the following required parts, called Front Matter:
i · Title page
i · Transmittal memo
i · Table of Contents
i · List of Figures (can be added at the end of the Table of Contents page if space permits)
i · Executive Summary
Optional Front Matter: Cover page (cardstock cover to accompany binding) that precedes the title page
Pagination for Front Matter: Use lowercase roman numerals
i · Title page (no page number)
i · Transmittal Memorandum (ii)
i · Table of Contents and List of Figures (iii)
i · Executive Summary (iv)
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If the List of Figures needs to follow the Table of Contents, the pagination is as follows:
i · Title page (no page number)
i · Transmittal Memorandum (ii)
i · Table of Contents (iii)
i · List of Figures (iv)
i · Executive Summary (v)
i ·
Note: The front matter is not included in the minimum page length for the report.
The Formal Report itself should include the following parts:
i · Introduction (with subsections)
i · Body (with major categories and subcategories/sections)
i · Conclusions (interpretations of the data)
i · Recommendations (suggestions for a course of action)
i · Figures (at least two figures, such as tables, pie charts, bar charts, etc.)
i · Works Cited page (formatted in the MLA Documentation Style)
Headings
Use headings to identify the major and subcategories. Rely on your outline for guidance.
Pagination
Unlike the front matter, use Arabic numerals for page numbers. Place page numbers at the bottom center of pages. (Do not use subsequent page headings, which are used for memos.)
Optional End Matter: Appendices constitute End Matter. These are supplementary materials, such as examples of legal documents, a glossary of terms, additional figures that are oversizeda take up more than 1/4th of a page, etc.)
In-Text Documentation
You must document your sources using the MLA documentation style within the body of your report, in addition to providing a Works Cited page at the end of your report, prior to any appendices. All sources, whether quoted or paraphrased, must be documented with attributive tags (initial introductions to sources) and parenthetical citations within your report. The attributive tags should initially state the full name of the author, his/her credentials, and the title of the source referred to. Only the last name of the author is required for subsequent references, unless there are two or more authors referred to with the same last name. Attributive tags do not replace parenthetical citations. Use parenthetical citations (authoras last name and page numbers) after all quoted and paraphrased references.
Length
A minimum of 10 pages double-spaced (not including the Front Matter, the Works Cited page, or End Matter, such as an optional appendix).