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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Work Relationships Why is it important to establish a good relationship with one's supervisor? Why one must never lie or make excuses to his or her boss? Why it is important to ask questions when unclear about policies or procedures? Why one must never make assumptions on the job? Why working with dedication, commitment and enthusiasm helps one in his or her relationship with the supervisor? Why it is important to follow the supervisors instructions? A good relationship is important to have in the workplace to maintain a level of respect and professionalism with your supervisor. It keeps a positive environment for you and your co-workers. It is also to keep a good relationship because if you do end up leaving your job, you will have an excellent reference for your next one. It is important to never lie or make excuses because it keeps the trust between you and your supervisor. Breaking that trust could cost your in the long run. You always want to keep a good relationship between you and your supervisor. Lying and excuses make you unreliable. Working with dedication, commitment,and enthusiasm helps one's relationship with the supervisor because it shows you want to be there, creating a positiveenvironment. Your supervisor will want to keep you around and trust you. Making assumptions on the job can result in consequences. If you assume one thing and it isn't correct, you can end up ruining something. Depending on the situation, you could even hurt someone. You do not want to put you, your customers, or your co-workers in any danger. It is important to ask questions when a policy because your decisions when unclear can conclude to consequences. If you do something that is against company policy, you could possibly get fired.Supervisor's love when you ask them questions.It shows that you are interested in the job and excited to be there. Not asking questions can show you could care less about the job, and that you're lazy. It is important to follow instructions because the instructions/procedures are there for a reason. They are not there to ignore, they're to help you do your job properly. If you do not do it correctly, you could mess everythingup. There could be a back up, someone could get hurt, and so on. Overall, just follow directions. By, Taylor Gonzales
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