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What is an outcome? A. The reason an employee has a certain attitude B. The things an employee says and does C. The likelihood that an employee will succeed D. The end result of an employee’s work behavior
An outcome is D. The end result of an employee’s work behavior.
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An outcome is D. The end result of an employee’s work behavior.
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An outcome is the end result of an employee’s work behavior.
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