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direct communication

direct communication

Agreement between Austria and Luxemburg relative to Direct Communication between Judicial Authorities, 1 September 1912

Direct communication between the right pulmonary artery and the left atrium: presenting with other congenital anomalies

Statistical approach to the code acquisition problem in direct-sequence spread-spectrum communication systems

Direct observation of weight-related communication in primary care: a systematic review

Exchange of Declarations between Austria-Hungary and Italy relative to Direct Communication between Judicial Authorities, signed 30 May/22 July 1872

Declaration between Austria-Hungary and Switzerland, respecting direct Communication between Courts, signed at Berne, 30 December 1899

Declaration between Roumania and Russia relative to Direct Communication between Courts in Limitrophe Districts, signed at Bucharest, 5 February 1904

Direct Observation of Mother–Child Communication in Pediatric Cancer: Assessment of Verbal and Non-verbal Behavior and Emotion

Short communication. Direct and indirect effects of strong grazing by<it>Daphnia galeata</it> on bacterial production in an enclosure experiment

Diallyl disulfide (DADS) enhances gap-junctional intercellular communication by both direct and indirect mechanisms in rat liver cells

Statistical solution to the capacity problem in direct-sequence code-division multiple-access communication systems

Arrangement between Austria-Hungary, France, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey relative to Direct Telegraphic Communication between London, Paris, Vienna, Constantinople and India, signed at Vienna, 22 July 1868

Exchange of Declarations between Germany and Switzerland relative to direct Communication between Administrative Authorities respecting Questions of Industrial Property, signed at Berlin/Berne, 8/28 November 1899

Exchange of Notes between Belgium and France respecting direct Communication between Frontier Zone Authorities in relation to Outbreaks of Infectious Disease, signed at Paris, 30/31 May 1895

Exchange of Declarations between Germany and Switzerland relative to Direct Communication between the Competent Authorities respecting Guardianship of Infants, signed at Berlin/Berne, 26 June 1914

 

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Is the process whereby managers contact employees through various techniques such as team briefing, cascade communication, and newsletters. The main idea behind the concept is that managers are communicating without any intermediaries, such as the trade union representative. Direct communication is considered by some commentators to be one of the indicators of how managers are marginalizing the role of the trade unions.

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