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explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to the following areas, data protection, grievance,conflict manage ment
Weegy: Get back to basics. Since my first job at a carwash when I was 14, I have been continually amazed at how people slack off on even the most basic elements of a job. [ The devil is the details, so the way you approach the small tasks says as much about you as the way you tackle the big things. Show up to work on time, look your best, manage your time, do your part to keep the office clean and organized and simply do the work that you have been hired to do without resistance or complaint. Communicate face to face often. Email is great for brief business exchanges, but any communication of substance should be done in person, not via email. It's also important that if your boss works in a different area from you that you stop by his or her office to say hello when you arrive at work. You don't need to engage in a long conversation, but it is nice to acknowledge your boss as an important part of your workday and show that you have a positive attitude toward your work. You can do both of these things by simply greeting your boss warmly at the start of each workday. ] (More)
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explain the agreed ways of working with your employer in relation to the foloowing
Weegy: Without a job description how would you apply for a job, both you and your employer need to know the perimeters that you will work to to be able to determine: the responsibility; the type and class of work you will do and pay scales. [ Unions will always never agree to working conditions that are not safe or health and safety valued,, however, the employer has a right to expect that when you are working in a firm that your time is productive so implementing ways of working by the use of 'Time and Motion' studies is not regarded as being taboo. That is why it is essential that there is communication between employer and employee or the employee's representative, the Union. ] (More)
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