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Several researchers have attempted to use demographic and personality variables to identify people who are likely to file grievances. Have these researchers been successful? As you critique this stream of research, ponder the following questions:

Why would labor and management care about such findings and how would each use such data? How might such data be misused? What are the implications of this type of research?

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// In this section, we attempt to analyze about the people who are likely to file grievances by using demographic and personality variables. The main focus is on the research methodology, which has been used in this. It also deals with the findings of grievance procedure and data used in it. //

Several researchers have attempted to use demographic and personality variables to identify people who are likely to file grievances. Yes, these researchers have been successful to identify people who file grievance.

Direct effects of employee demographic differences on grievance filing have resulted in mixed things. From the sample of 866 blue-collar workers drawn from four unions, it was found that gender, race or ethnicity impact in the identity of the people who file grievances.

Labor and management care such findings because these grievance problems are mainly found in females, as compared to males, and among African Americans and Hispanics as compared to whites. Females have an important ...

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