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Which of the following elements is not necessary to prevent value conflicts in the work place? A. Consideration B. Honest communication C. Tolerance D. Avoidance
D. Avoidance is not necessary to prevent value conflicts in the work place.
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User: Which of the following elements is not necessary to prevent value conflicts in the work place? A. Consideration B. Honest communication C. Tolerance D. Avoidance

Weegy: D. Avoidance is not necessary to prevent value conflicts in the work place.
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Weegy: From the perspective of an employee, the effective channeling of work-related information and concerns B. is best conveyed through one's immediate supervisor.
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Weegy: The answer is D. greater in vertical relationships
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Weegy: C. Workplace cliques can cause horizontal disharmony is true about office friendships
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Weegy: B. be productive at work.
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