The identification and analysis of outliers in employee survey data as a means for improving the reporting of survey results

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Dillon, Anthony. (2013) The identification and analysis of outliers in employee survey data as a means for improving the reporting of survey results. In Advances in organisation research methods and analysis pp. 117 - 141 Chamber & Row.
AuthorsDillon, Anthony
Page range117 - 141
Year2013
Book titleAdvances in organisation research methods and analysis
PublisherChamber & Row
Place of publicationUnited States of America
ISBN9780989678704
Research GroupInstitute for Positive Psychology and Education
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