Hard Fact Questions

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Definition: Hard Fact Questions

Hard Facts refer to something which is established and demonstrable. Facts are something which are known by statistics and can be verified.

Hard fact questions are questions which can be used to probe specific facts. They can be proved by empirical methods.


For example:


Size of the organisation can be probed with the use of specific fact driven questions-


What is the present employee strength?

What is the employee turnover?

What is the employee retention rate?


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