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Standards of performance, or "performance goals," are used to A. measure effectiveness, but not efficiency. B. determine a worker's attitude. C. measure productivity. D. communicate
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Standards of performance, or "performance goals," are used to measure productivity. The answer is letter C.
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User: Standards of performance, or "performance goals," are used to A. measure effectiveness, but not efficiency. B. determine a worker's attitude. C. measure productivity. D. communicate nonverbally.





Weegy: Standards of performance, or "performance goals," are used to measure productivity. The answer is letter C.
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User: In general, becoming a good listener is difficult for most of us because A. not-listening is a habit most of us develop during childhood. B. listening to people requires us to pay attention. C. most people have nothing interesting to say. D. most of us are talkers, not listeners.

Weegy: In general, becoming a good listener is difficult for most of us because listening to people requires us to pay attention. Letter B is the answer.
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