But if he was past his probationary period I would have went ahead and

But if he was past his probationary period i would

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But if he was past his probationary period, I would have went ahead and accommodated him with a day he can attend the sensitivity training. Therefore, if he did not attend we could further discuss his future in the position he held in the department.
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