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What is the full meaning of open door policy?

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2014-06-25 17:25:36
2014-06-25 17:25:36

In business, the meaning of an open door policy generally means that employees have open access to approach their boss or other management about anything they would like to discuss. This encourages two way communication and avoids many problems that could happen in the future.

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