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If it comes to a need to discuss this with a member of staff,
my standard wording is usually more along the lines of,
"Your performance is rated based on your accomplishment
of the objectives you signed onto at the beginning of the
year. You're a professional, and I don't tell you how many
hours you have to work to do this. There are 24 hours in
every day; feel free to use as few or as many of them as
----- Original Message -----
From: "Keith Hood" <klhra -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> Obviously no manager with half a brain would be stupid
> enough to be overheard telling a worker "you must work
> unpaid overtime or you'll be fired."
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