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Unformatted text preview: over my authorization and guidance in approving manuscripts with multiple editorial errors. Ms. Wilson is a very intelligent and capable worker who may not be challenged by the limits of this position. She is increasingly opposed to performing critical job functions as an assistant. Multiple times she has arrived late and left her work area to social loaf in a nearby department. She has shown initiative in the past to become an editor, but her actions of late are not appropriate in any position. I recommend Ms. Wilson to modify her attitude about her existing position as editorial assistant. She may continue to perform editorial work as long as her other duties are performed first. She must continue to perform critical job functionschecking mail, proofreading reports, arriving timely, and clerical dutiesor else she may lose her position in our company....
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