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Manager: The extent to which this company lacks transparency is

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Manager: The extent to which this company lacks transparency is disturbing. Senior management determines our overarching strategy, and those at the lower levels execute it—often with little or no sense of the larger context. This practice, which purposely prevents certain employees from developing their own opinions about company strategy, severely limits our growth as a company.

The efforts of our middle management, on the other hand, are phenomenal. Their establishment of both a mentoring program and a two-month training program for new employees reflects a serious investment in human capital. The culture of our workplace is significantly improved by their vision.

1. The manager's tone in the passage might be characterized as

(A) Bitter and resentful
(B) Proud and admiring
(C) Critical and balanced
(D) Engaged and sympathetic
(E) Moderate and cautious


Originally posted by Raxit85 on 12 Dec 2019, 10:20.
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New post 12 Dec 2019, 18:56
Overall tone: First paragraph : Concern/Worried. Second Paragraph: Not everything is bad.

1. The manager's tone in the passage might be characterized as

(A) Bitter and resentful - Bitter is incorrect.
(B) Proud and admiring - Proud. LOL.
(C) Critical and balanced - Critical is acceptable and balanced is correct.
(D) Engaged and sympathetic . Sympathetic towards what?
(E) Moderate and cautious - Cautious is incorrect.

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