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L2 Notes_Part_19 - Charles Tollison story 6:30PM Friday...

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Charles Tollison story 6:30PM Friday evening: “No that’s OK bea, I’ll finish up the memo this weekend and send it to Mr. fielder. You go on home.’ SHould I take the inventory file home? Being compulsive he knows this will require him to spend 12 hours to finish it over the weekend. It had been a tough month. A client was involved with an acquisition and didn’t trust the inventory numbers of the target. Normally, a manager would not be in the trenches but given the importance of this assignment, Charles felt it was necessary to roll up his sleeves and put in 10-12 hours a day, 6 to 7 days a week poring over the accounting records. As he looks out the window at the rush hour traffic snarled in gridlock he reflects on the tough week. There had been several contentious meeting with client personnel, a missed birthday party for his 8 year old daughter and an early morning breakfast with the office managing partner, Walker Linton, who informed Charles that he had been passed over for promotion to partner for the second year in a row. It was hard to accept because Charles has been a
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