Base effect refers to the effect that the choice of base of comparison or benchmark can have on the result of a comparison between data points.
Using a different reference or comparison base may result in large differences in ratio or percentage between data points.
The base effect can lead to distorted comparisons and false results, or if properly understood and accounted for, it can be used to improve our understanding of the data and the underlying processes that generate it.
Desperate workers are workers who have stopped looking for work because they did not find suitable employment options or were not shortlisted when applying for a job.
The causes of employee frustration are complex and varied.