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...ave their own company culture or own point of view which others may not understand, therefore, there will be some difference in the result. Moreover, respondents had different tasks and goals, which may have affected the study variables. Although analyses showed no significant effects for country and sector, future research may use a more focused setting to replicate the findings. The study can included the cultural fair test in order to eliminate the discrimination of different culture. Third, the disadvantages of rating scales are that the evaluator may rank based on their perception. Sometime although those who interpret the result use objective methods, the evaluators may rate the subject based on their opinions or prejudices without basing them on fact. Therefore, researchers can try to use other methods instead of using scale such as in-person interview.
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