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The engineering division of an automobile company has its office in the city center. The workforce has expanded over the past few months and the amount of available office space is dwindling. To keep costs low, the company is considering a small office on the outskirts of the city and shifting some of its teams there, rather than expanding its current premises.

The answer to which of the following questions would be most important in determining whether implementing the suggestion is likely to keep the employees’ productivity the same?

(A) What percentage of the people in the company will be happy to move to the new office?
(B) How many of the current employees live in the city center and how many live in the suburb?
(C) Can some teams work unsupervised, that is, without a team leader?
(D) Do all the teams need to personally interact with each other on a regular basis?
(E) What is the cost of commuting from the city center to the suburb?

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New post 06 Nov 2017, 08:11
IMO D

A,B,C and E are not helpful.

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New post 06 Nov 2017, 08:12
I guess it should be D

Can you please post the answer to this question.


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