Not Brain Surgery

Since I can’t say this to your face, being that we must work together, I will say it here.

Merging letters does not require a medical degree, I would think if you’ve worked as an administrative assistant for years decades then you might have caught on how to do it by now.

I’m so glad they are already moving you to another department because I’m far too busy here to hold your hand. I’m starting to understand why they keep moving you from position to position in the company.

Oh and don’t sigh at me because you can’t get the letter to look right. Just sit and figure it out like I did at the beginning.

Lastly, everything done in this department is time sensitive. That means if you don’t sit on it for 2 days; you get it done within an hour or two and get it out. Time sensitive things are a priority before anything else. I will have to be the one to explain why it took so long to get out.

I’m hoping the next admin we get is younger, they seem to know more about computers in general and absorb information better.

  1. VegasVixen47

    June 1, 2006 at 5:23 pm

    I bet you do alot of this at work: :duh:

    I hope it gets better!

  2. Gemini

    June 2, 2006 at 7:07 am


    Sounds like things may have reversed itself there for you! :mwahaha:

  3. Robin

    June 2, 2006 at 8:49 am

    I realize it’s a bit ironic but the BIG difference is I was new to the entire company and the problems I had were more related to how things worked in the company itself. I never had problems with admin duties themselves, it’s hard to have sympathy for someone who can’t put together a letter.

  4. Blueyes

    June 3, 2006 at 3:46 pm

    You sure it wasnt one of the 3 that we’ve had to get rid of recently? If so, I’m terribly sorry but we couldn’t keep them anymore :cheesy:

  5. Robin

    June 3, 2006 at 3:49 pm

    hterry – :lmao: sadly she’s been with our company for like a decade.

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