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Q: Technological advancements have allowed businesses to replace the manual labor employees with technology requiring human resources to focus on Select one: a. educating and motivating their
employees. b. investing in more capital. c. decreasing the amount they pay for natural resources. d. producing more products.
A: Technological advancements have allowed businesses to replace the manual labor employees with technology requiring human resources to focus on educating and motivating their employees.
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Technological advancements have allowed businesses to replace the manual labor employees with technology requiring human resources to focus on educating and motivating their employees.
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