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Among other cogent things, Bill Swallow said:
> You need to make it obvious to her that her work is not up to snuff, that
> there are x things she has to do to make it better, and that if x can't be
> met, her employment is in jeopardy. You also need to give her the
> opportunity to change, but make these opportunities fixed and finite.
Please please make it clear that her job is at stake. She's been allowed to
slide for a long time, obviously. But she'll have a right to be surprised if
she's "suddenly" fired.
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