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The chief reason a person becomes a supervisor is A. work-related knowledge. B. confidence. C. personality. D. motivation.
A. work-related knowledge.
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User: Which statement best describes the ideal of loyalty to one's supervisor? A. Take a stand against your supervisor only if others agree with you. B. Support your supervisor whether he's right or wrong. C. Showing your trust and support for your supervisor is good human relations. D. If you think your supervisor isn't doing a good job, write him or her a letter.

User: The chief reason a person becomes a supervisor is A. work-related knowledge. B. confidence. C. personality. D. motivation.

Weegy: A. work-related knowledge.
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User: A worker's success in contributing to the common good is A. greater in vertical relationships. B. increased when she or he becomes a supervisor. C. determined by what the worker does. D. measured by how well she or he does the job.

Weegy: The answer is A. greater in vertical relationships
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User: Reinforcement, contact, honesty, and fair expectations are A. ways of maintaining relationships. B. characteristics of productivity. C. theories of supervision. D. part of the irritation threshold.

Weegy: A. ways of maintaining relationships.
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User: Which of the following is true about office friendships? A. They lead to a workplace in which socializing rarely occurs. B. It's impossible to develop vertical friendships. C. Workplace cliques can cause horizontal disharmony. D. Office friendships are based mainly on ethnic similarities.

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