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Job Group size

Anonymous - Dec 11, 2019
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I have a large job group with dissimilar roles and pay rates. Because of this, I am thinking of breaking the larger group into three subgroups. I have read differing opinions on how large the job groups should be to maintain meaningful statistical analysis. Anywhere from 10-15 up to 30. Can someone advise on what the lowest and highest threshold should be for a job group?

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