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Unformatted text preview: is false, or at least outdated: a recently published survey indicates that 79 percent of the nearly 1,200 workers who responded to survey questionnaires expressed a high level of interest in the topics of corporate restructuring and redesign of benefits programs.” p p? B 6 ���� è ï 'B 6 ` Ò6 · ° ’ à ' B6 W ='B 6 ˜ó4· ª A ˜ó 4 · A 1200 �ª � � 79� � � � ` Ò6 1. 2. 3. survey is doubtful: Detailed information should be given such as the absolute number of workers of that corporation. insufficient sample: The corporation is not representative of all the other corporations. gratuitous assumption: It is natural that workers are interested in the topics such as corporate structuring and design of benefits programs. This trend can not be cited to support the author’s allege. Based upon a survey among workers that indicates a high level of interest in the topics of corporate restructuring and redesign of benefits programs, the author concludes that workers are not apathetic about management issues. Specifically, it is argued that since 79 percent of the 1200 workers who respond...
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