What a relief to not have to go back into reports and constantly remind you missed this, that or the other. Literally, stupid things like your date is off, your initials are missing, your numbers way off (we're talking about dollar charges here, and of course, any decimal off is going to throw off all the stats).
She is the reason we have multiple QA processes going.
She is oblivious to everything, even with all our Excel sheets formatted to show as RED if an error is happening.
I've resolved to just email her or bring it up in the weekly huddle (Sue the manager schedules them) because there is simply no attempt to learn or understand, regardless of what she says.
I don't care if you think you have #ADHD because that's totally not anything official, just her own lame excuse again for messing up ALL.THE.DAMN.TIME.
So even with just two of us working on regular reports is not difficult, but there are times each month where there are time-critical reports due. Only Amanda & I work on any other reports.
She used to be the go-fer and lunch ordering person for meetings.
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