Why is communication important in a work setting?
Communication is important in a workplace setting because people must interact with one another in ways that will get the job done as quickly and effectively as possible and in ways that will maintain the morale of the employees. Both of these are important aspects of...
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Communication is important because it establishes a relationship between the works and makes sures that everyone understands what they are supposed to do. If there is a misunderstanding in the company, the only way to resolve the issue is by communication. If a worker is confused about their duties, they can ask a coworker for clarification. The worker can't always be dependent on the boss, and the boss can't just be dependent on one worker. There should be a balance between communication and labor.