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Old 02-09-2015, 06:12 AM
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Alureing
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Technically we both work for a "director" and the last thing I would do is mention negativity in regards to a coworker to the boss.. That being said I oversee him and the shop but I am not his boss, if that makes any sense. I really want him to work out, but his work ethic is horrible. Before this job he worked for a "lax attitude" company. I came from the construction field and have a go go go go attitude beaten into me. I am looking for some creative alternatives to motivate him, and get him to take his job seriously. This job pays good, has retirement plans, and lots of vacation time so its definitely worth the effort.
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