Smarter employees are more likely to want to remain members of the organization. a. true b. false
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Ithink the answer is c
False smarter employees are not more likely to want to remain members of the organization
Smarter employees are more likely to want to remain members of the organization. False.
Employee advocacy program, you have two sets of objectives: Goals for your overall program, as well as goals for your individual stakeholders. In our experience, it's the latter that often gets overlooked.
The correct answer is letter "B": False.
Within an organization, typically high-skill workers look for making a path career according to their area of interest. In most cases, they even aim to be part of the board of executives because they tend to overestimate their skills. Though, experience and education could lead to some of them overtaking the decision-making positions in their companies. If not possible, they are likely to continue their path in a different organization.
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