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“You need to arrive to the office at least fifteen minutes before the start of your shift.”
“I’m going to have you work with Martin for the first month or so.”
“What if someone tries to deposit a check, but the date on the check is later than the current date?”
“OK. Let’s move on and discuss our bug reporting process.”
“I was wondering, is there any way that we could move these meetings up earlier in the morning?”
“Um... talk to me after the meeting.”
“If I had to pick something, I'd say that I could probably be a little more vocal in meetings and group decisions.”
“We need to think about this from the customers’ point of view.”
“Give it a try on your own.”
“This is just a polite reminder to please notify me whenever you update the extensions spreadsheet.”
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