Application of statistics-human resource management, Mathematics

Human resource management

Statistics may be utilized in efficient employ of human resources for example we may provide questionnaires to workers to find out where the management is weak

By use compiling the statistics of those who were signing it may be found helpful to analyze such data to establish the reasons of resignation hence whether it is due to frustration or by choice.

 

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