Chapter 2 Critical Thinking Exercises

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Shannon Sterling BCOM 301 Chapter 2 Critical Thinking Exercises Unfamiliar Words Familiar Words 4. Business has an inordinate influence The government is influenced by on governmental operations. business too much. 6. Mr. Sanchez terminated Kevin’s employment Mr. Sanchez fired Kevin for not as a consequence of his ineffectual performance performing his job correctly. 12. Mr. Coward. will serve as intermediary in Mr. Coward will be the mediator in the The pending labor-management parley. upcoming labor-management meeting. 13. Ms. Smith’s idiosyncrasies supply adequate Ms. Smith’s irregular behaviors are reason justification for terminating her employment enough for ending her employment. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24. John lost $2,000,000 in Las Vegas. 26. Fifteen years ago she made $60,000 per year. 27. He scored 75 out of 150 on the aptitude test. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Passive Words Active Words 32. It is believed by the typical union member The union members believe that their welfare That his or her welfare is not considered is not considered important by management.
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