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“Eugenia reports to the Credit Manager.”
“Have you ever had to let anyone go?”
“Dave is in charge of the entire East Coast sales team.”
“It's kind of a customer service job.”
“I work for a small bridal wear manufacturer.”
“Here’s a booklet that outlines our basic policies on things like vacation leave, dress code, avoiding conflicts of interest, and things like that.”
“I have an office job.”
“The official end of the work day is at five, but a lot of us end up sticking around until six thirty or seven most days.”
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“They just contacted me out of the blue.”
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