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Which statement best describes the ideal of loyalty to one's supervisor? A. If you think your supervisor isn't doing a good job, write him or her a letter. B. Support your supervisor whether he's right or wrong. C. Showing your trust and support for your supervisor is good human relations. D. Take a stand against your supervisor only if others agree with you.
Weegy: C. Showing your trust and support for your supervisor is good human relations User: Which one of the following is true about relationships? A. Trust isn't necessary in a relationship. B. Reinforcement is not necessary for their success. C. There are no feelings in a relationship. D. Relationships involve two or more people. (More)
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The best thing you can do to keep a positive relationship with your supervisor is A. challenge your supervisor's authority. B. keep your opinions to yourself. C. be productive at work. D. socialize with your supervisor and coworkers.
Weegy: The answer is: C. be productive at work. User: Another term for doing your fair share of work is A. communicating honestly. B. carrying your own weight. C. being prompt. D. balancing horizontal and vertical relationships. Weegy: Another term for doing your fair share of work is carrying your own weight. (More)
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First and foremost, supervisors are A. teachers. B. advocates. C. leaders. D. counselors.
Weegy: The answer is A. User: Individual differences in things like values, ethnic backgrounds, age, and the like are A. types of reinforcement in Mutual Reward Theory. B. factors that have little influence on the nature of relationships. C. often a source of conflict in the workplace. D. more important in vertical than in horizontal relationships Weegy: C. Often a source of conflict in the workplace. User: When you've carefully checked all the facts and your attitudes and still find that there's "just something" about your supervisor that's causing a problem in your relationship, you should suspect that A. you're not carrying your own weight. B. too much socializing is going on. C. there's an imaginary risk. D. there's a hidden attitude Weegy: D. There's a hidden attitude (More)
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Which of these is an example of a plateau period? A. You take up a sport you've always been interested in. End of exam B. A community group invites you to become a member. C. Your bowling average is stuck at 170. D. You're excited about starting a new job.
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Your bowling average is stuck at 170, is an example of a plateau period.

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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. something serious has gone wrong. D. immediately begin to look for another job.
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