What is an open-door policy?

What is an open-door policy? Here are some definitions.

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  1. (politics) A policy or usual practice, by a person in authority, of permitting subordinates or constituents to visit his or her office unannounced and at any reasonable time for the purpose of discussing matters of concern.
  2. (politics) A governmental policy of encouraging immigration or of permitting increased access by foreigners for purposes of tourism, trade, investment, etc.
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This requires both the permanence of reliable partners and a constant open-door policy towards new collaborative partnerships.
Though guided by their principals and the chair of our articling committee, students may learn more from Emond Harnden's open-door policy.
Our open-door policy and our entrepreneurial character offer our team members the possibility to test new ideas, processes and products.
That open-door policy should be continued.
The fort had a virtual open-door policy with the Mandans and Hidatsas the men neighbored with.
The directors have established an open-door policy within their directorates that keeps them well informed of the issues that their staff are facing.

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