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First and foremost, supervisors are A. teachers. B. counselors. C. leaders. D. advocates.
Weegy: First and foremost, supervisors are teachers User: The chief reason a person becomes a supervisor is A. work-related knowledge. B. personality. C. motivation. D. confidence. Weegy: The answer is C. work-related knowledge. User: A relationship can be damaged by A. not meeting expectations. B. trust. C. people spending time with one another. D. honest communication. Weegy: A relationship can be damaged by not meeting expectations. (More)
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Weegy: This does not illustrate an effective way of coping with a major frustration C. Leslie loved clothes and hoped to become a designer, so she quit her job at the convenience store and moved back to her parent's home in Arizona. User: Which of these statements is false? A. Damaged relationships can be repaired. B. The first sign of a problem with a relationship is a feeling of anger. C. Others may notice a problem with a relationship before the people involved. D. Even good relationships can be damaged. Weegy: The statement B. The first sign of a problem with a relationship is a feeling of anger, is false. (More)
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If you reach a "plateau period" in your job, A. complain to your supervisor. B. be patient and learn all you can about the job. C. immediately begin to look for another job. D. something serious has gone wrong.
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