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# CR--Working Condition Vs Psycological Issues

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CR--Working Condition Vs Psycological Issues [#permalink]

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Pleasr explain your reasoning why you think that it is an answer.
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Re: CR--Working Condition Vs Psycological Issues [#permalink]

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26 Jun 2004, 02:49
Bhai wrote:

We are asked to strengthen the consulting firmâ€™s conclusion. D fits the bill as lack of unanimity on the employeesâ€™ part as to why they are not satisfied with their jobs strongly suggests that their dissatisfaction results from elsewhere.
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26 Jun 2004, 03:12
ans 'z D
A) weakens when it says that workers might have experienced bad working conditions at com O 's facilities...
B) out of scope!
C) weakens...
E) weakens....

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26 Jun 2004, 07:41
Doesn't B say that the employees are unhappy for no reasons which means that their is a psycological component to it.
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28 Jun 2004, 02:03
As engmatic007 said, (B) is out of scope. (We are talking about company P, what happens in other companies is not a concern.)

(D) is best.
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28 Jun 2004, 06:52
I think A is the answer because it does not cast any doubt on the conclusion that the phychological problems are due to working conditions.

B, C, D & E are casting some doubt on the conlsusion.

B -> When people in other companies have dissatisfaction without apparent problems, by the argument, even those people should be having psychological problems. Thus, the argument is making a hasty generalization.

C - Clearly weakens

D- It says that employees have varied reasons for dissatisfaction. If they are really dissatisfied, then they do not have any phychological problems.

E- Clearly weakens.

What is OA??

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Pleasr explain your reasoning why you think that it is an answer.

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Re: CR--Working Condition Vs Psycological Issues   [#permalink] 28 Jun 2004, 06:52
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