BE 2.odt - SHOULD EMPLOYEES BE PERMITTED TO VOICE THEIR...

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SHOULD EMPLOYEES BE PERMITTED TO VOICE THEIR OPINIONS AT WORK EVEN IF OTHER EMPLOYEES FIND MISGUIDED OR OFFENSIVE OF THE STATEMENTS MADE? In my point of view,employees should be given the chance to voice out their opinions because without knowing anyone's opinion we can't take any decision.Based on our Malaysian corporate and labour rules everyone has the opinion to voice out their opinion,because everyone should be treated equally and no one should be left behind.The advantages of listening to a employees opinion would be easy to solve a matter,we will know the feelings or dissatisfaction of the person,a chance to prove theirselves either good or bad and manymore.Firstly,employees should be given a chance to share our their opinions or problem because it would be easy to solve a issue.For an example, when a person feels unsatisfied with something or someone they have to speak out because then
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