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SHL Americas provides a unique, global perspective of how talent is measured in its Global Assessment Trends Report. The re-port presents the results of an online survey conducted in late 2012 with HR professionals from companies headquartered through-out the world. The authors were interested in examining differences between respondents in emerging economies and those in established economies to provide relevant information for readers who may be creating assessment programs for organizations with global reach; one area of focus was on HR professionals’ response to two statements: “ My organization views HR as a strategic function” and “ My organization uses talent information to make business decisions.” The results are as follows:
What is the probability that a randomly chosen HR professional
a. Is from an established economy?
b. Is from an established economy or agrees to the statement “ My organization uses information about talent to make business decisions?”
c. Does not agree with the statement “ My organization views HR as a strategic function” and is from an emerging economy?
d. Does not agree with the statement “ My organization views HR as a strategic function” or is from an emerging economy?
e. Suppose the randomly chosen HR professional does not agree with the statement “ My organization views HR as a strategic function.” What is the probability that the HR professional is from an emerging economy?
f. Are “My organization views HR as a strategic function” and the type of economy independent?
g. Is “My organization uses information about talent to make business decisions” independent of the type of economy?


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