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From the perspective of an employee, the effective channeling of work-related information and concerns A. should be passed on informally to fellow employees. B. is best conveyed through
one's immediate supervisor. C. often requires letters or phone calls to top management. D. should be conveyed directly to the manager in charge of function involved.
From the perspective of an employee, the effective channeling of work-related information and concerns C. is best conveyed through one's immediate supervisor.
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User: From the perspective of an employee, the effective channeling of work-related information and concerns A. should be passed on informally to fellow employees. B. is best conveyed through one's immediate supervisor. C. often requires letters or phone calls to top management. D. should be conveyed directly to the manager in charge of function involved.

Weegy: From the perspective of an employee, the effective channeling of work-related information and concerns C. is best conveyed through one's immediate supervisor.
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User: From the perspective of an employee, the effective channeling of work-related information and concerns A. should be passed on informally to fellow employees. B. is best conveyed through one's immediate supervisor. C. often requires letters or phone calls to top management. D. should be





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