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  1. To first understand what a golden handcuffs is, it is a phrase which refers to, "financial allurements and benefits that have the objective to encourage highly compensated employees to remain within a company or organization instead of moving from company to company." It is introduced because theseRead more

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  1. Golden handcuffs agreement is usually meant for prestigious employees or executive members of a company. The large payouts associated with these arrangements can trigger substantial tax liabilities for the recipients, so it can make sense to create deferred compensation arrangements that delay the nRead more

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  1. Hey Maitya, as you may know that golden handcuffs is an agreement which settles to give you the incentives that you would have to relinquish if you quit. If you have already decided to break them and lose the perquisites then I would just tell you to stick to your decision although I would suggest yRead more

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  1. The five levels of Maslow's hierarchy of needs bottom to top are as mentioned below: 1. Physiological needs: These are the basic needs physical human needs like feeling thirsty or hungry. 2. Safety: Once the physiological needs are met, humans look for safety. Hence safety needs come second. 3. BeloRead more

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  1. Maslow's motivational theory is a theory of hierarchy of needs that comprises of five tiers. Maslow's theory states needs that are lower down in the hierarchy should be satisfied for people to achieve needs higher in the hierarchy. From bottom to up, Maslow's hierarchy consists of following needs: 1Read more

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  1. Communication skills are a crucial part of individuals personal as well as professional life. Here are 5 rules for effective communication: 1. Know your audience: It is very important to know the audience to whom you are trying to communicate the message. If you don't know the audience, it becomes vRead more

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  1. A communication process has 7 elements. They are as listed below: 1. Sender: The initiator of a message in the process of communication. 2. Ideas: These include the information that needs to be sent across to the destination. 3. Encoding: It represents converting the message into symbols. Using emotRead more

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  1. There are four different types of workplace communication. They are: 1. Verbal communication: It is also referred to as in person communication. Verbal communication can take place one on one or between groups through meetings. 2. Written communication: Written communication can be in the form of e-Read more

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  1. Following are some of the reasons why workplace communication is important: 1. Teamwork: Effective communication boosts the spirit of team work and the team co-ordination is improved. Teams become better equipped to manage their activities and fulfill objectives. 2. Employee job satisfaction: When tRead more

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