Answer option D is correct. The correlation coefficient is useful in determining whether two factors are connected. For example, the correlation coefficient will tell you whether an increase in resignations is related to a change in location of the worksite and, if so, whether the change had a strong impact on resignations. See Chapter 2 for more information. Chapter: Core Knowledge Requirements for HR Professionals Objective: Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
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