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coilycat t1_j1zphnl wrote

Could you explain the difference? Are you familiar with the studies being referenced? I am familiar with how the null hypothesis works, if that helps.


zebediah49 t1_j1zrhqg wrote

They're saying that if the two are statistically indistinguishable, "there's no benefit to forcing staff to work long hours" is a 'better' way of phrasing it compared to "there's no benefit to not forcing staff to work long hours". The first implies that being good to your workers should be the default choice; the second the opposite.