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Bob works closely with Joe and is growing tired of Joe's know-it-all attitude. Bob has reached his A. feedback threshold. B. vertical relationship. C. irritation threshold. D. mutual reward theory.
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User: Bob works closely with Joe and is growing tired of Joe's know-it-all attitude. Bob has reached his A. feedback threshold. B. vertical relationship. C. irritation threshold. D. mutual reward theory.

Weegy: Bob works closely with Joe when is growing tired of Joe's I know it all attitude. Bob has reached his Irritation threshold.
Expert answered|Score .8534|soumen314|Points 3159|

User: What does the mutual reward theory state? A. Relationships are strengthened when the persons involved help or reinforce one another. B. Family values are more important than ethnic differences. C. Rewarding poor work doesn't serve the common good. D. When something becomes annoying, it has passed the point of no return.

Weegy: Relationships are strengthened when the persons involved help or reinforce one another. - is what the Mutual Reward Theory states.
Expert answered|Score .902|Malekith22|Points 1032|

User: Effective teamwork and high productivity are good indications of positive A. productivity goals. B. reinforcement. C. socializing. D. horizontal relationships.

Weegy: Effective teamwork and high productivity are good indications of positive productivity goals.
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User: John was unable to work on Sundays because he had a church commitment. This is known as a/an A. ethnic difference. B. irritation threshold. C. value conflict. D. horizontal relationship.

Weegy: John was unable to work on Sundays because he had a church commitment. This is known as a value conflict.
Expert answered|Score 1|Kentink|Points 8268|

User: A relationship can be damaged by A. honest communication. B. exceeding expectations. C. people spending time with one another. D. not meeting expectations.

Weegy: A relationship can be damaged by not meeting expectations.
Expert answered|Score 1|ugiliteuging|Points 20|

User: First and foremost, supervisors A. counsel students on personal issues. B. control the environment. C. advocate to make the team more efficient. D. have the ability to teach the job you will be doing.

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First and foremost, supervisors are an advocate to make the team more efficient.
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Weegy: Two people who work the same job share a type of horizontal relationship. User: Relationships among people are A. not influenced by people's ideas and attitudes. B. something that must be maintained to stay healthy and strong. C. one of two types—social or working. D. usually simple and easy to understand. Weegy: Relationships among people are something that must be maintained to stay healthy and strong. 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. there's a hidden attitude. B. too much socializing is going on. C. there's an imaginary risk. D. you're not carrying your own weight. Weegy: 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 : there's a hidden attitude. User: A _______ relationship exists between an employee and a supervisor. A. horizontal B. past C. vertical D. family Weegy: A vertical relationship exists between an employee and a supervisor. User: The ideas, things, or events people feel are important are called A. attitudes. B. relationships. C. conflicts. D. values. (More)
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The ideas, things, or events people feel are important are called values.
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