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You have a part-time job in a department store as a clerk. Your old manager used to let your group solve a lot of its own problems, like who is going to cover a shift if someone can’t work on a
given day. But now you have a new manager. This person makes scheduling decisions arbitrarily, and is disorganized, and this means that your group always seems to be rushing to meet deadlines. She also habitually does not think about the consequences of her actions. ANSWER THESE QUESTION What is it like to work for this supervisor? Given that you have the right to complain to management about your new supervisor, is that an option you will pursue? What other plans might you make to help you cope with the approach taken by this new supervisor?
Communication is vital to a happy work experience. I would certainly have a discussion with management or human resources regarding your concerns. I am sure they will work with you to solve the problem! Good luck!
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Good listening skills make workers more productive. The ability to listen carefully will allow you to:


•better understand assignments and what is expected of you;

•build rapport with co-workers, bosses, and clients;

•show support;

•work better in a team-based environment;

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SV - one subject, one verb My brother ran down the busy street. (brother = subject / ran = verb)

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SSVV - compound subjects, compound verbs Fluffy and Fido chased each other around the tree and finally knocked it over with a loud crash.
(Fluffy, Fido = subjects / chased, knocked = verbs)

I hope this is helpful for you.
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