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identify five reasons why people communicate
Weegy: Humans communicate for a wide variety of reasons. Put simply, our survival and success has been dependant on our ability to communicate. [ With good communication and teamwork, animals are able to avoid predators, as well as kill other animals far bigger than themselves. That shows why we've evolved to have great communication from an evolutionary perspective, and why we communicated in the first place. Communication still plays a vital part in our survival, for example a baby will scream (which is a form of communication), when it is hungry. Also sharing ideas though communication has meant that each generation of humans has been able to refine and improve the previous generations work. There is simply no way that something as complex as an engine could have been designed by one person. It took years of thinking and ideas communicated down generations before the engine could finally be a reality. Socially, communication is very important. We want to make friends with people who will listen to our ideas, and also to keep in contact with those who are close to us (family etc). Talking is often about letting someone else understand your point of view, or about finding common ground between two (or more) differing opinions. Communication satisfies our constant need to relate to others, and have them relate to us. Lastly, communication forms the basis of a strong relationship between two people. Its way for us to find a suitable partner, and communication allows us to achieve intimacy. Remember that communication encompasses not just talking (verbal communication), but also body language and other forms of non verbal communication. ] (More)
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breifly outline why employment laws exists
Weegy: As a company owner you can't afford to be ignorant of employment law. You have responsibilities and obligations to your employers, and they also have obligations to you. [ However, keeping track of what you need to do for your employees is not always straightforward. There are dozens of laws governing different aspects of work and employment and it can be difficult to keep track of them all. Here is a guide to some of the major laws governing employment. One key aspect of employment law is how much you have to pay your employees. This is set out the in the National Minimum Wage Act 1998 and the National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999. The amount that you pay your workers varies depending on whether they are under 18, under 21 or over 21, among other things, with the threshold for workers over 21 set at £5.52 an hour. ] User: why do employment laws exist Weegy: Employment laws are made to protect the welfare of the laborers so as for them not to be taken advantage of and be given proper benefits and just compensation. (More)
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identify three sources you could use to update a staff handbook
Weegy: 1.The Existing Handbook 2. Changes in law since last update. 3. Latest Health and Safety requirements. User: identify three different sources of information you could use to update a staff handbook Weegy: CIC, Handbook on Workplace Violence/USDA. Good luck. User: list three aspects of employment covered by law Weegy: Every aspect of employment is covered by law. The first of any form of employment needs a contract, the employee must have a contact of employment. [ There is a whole series of laws that relate to the conditions of work, these include: * Minimum wage * Hours worked * Discrimination * Health and safety * Holiday entitlements * Redundancy and dismissal * Training * Disciplinary procedures * Union rights and consultation, etc. Employment law is different in different countries and there are many more laws, but these are which i would say are the main laws in employment. ] User: list three main features of current employment legislations Weegy: Employment Rights, Equalities and Discrimination law... and Health and safety legislation. Although Equalities and Health and safety have meaning in other areas of life... [ [ both bodies of law feature measures relating to employment to a significant degree. ] ] User: i need another one employment legislation (More)
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