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'Tone' of emails?

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by ilovesooty, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. ilovesooty

    ilovesooty Lead commenter

    Sorry, but since we can't see the contents of the email it would be very difficult to judge the "tone" or whether you are overreacting.

    Walking out seems extreme - if there's other stuff happening, I would imagine you've involved your union rep?
     
  2. DaisysLot

    DaisysLot Senior commenter

    I think once you've popped your cork and breathed you might feel that 'walking out' in light of the current economic climate might not be such a good idea... unless you scratched a very lucky card on your way home from work :)
     
  3. baitranger

    baitranger New commenter

    I think that after a good night's sleep you will come to the conclusion that no-one really gives a s**t about the stupid bits of paper, that probably won't make much diference that anyone would notice anyway.

     
  4. Yes, you are absolutely right.
    I am sorting the situation out. No more ranting or whinging or patheticness( that looks wrong!), just action!
    Hasten to add that in doing this I shall not be walking out at any point.
    Did not get a good night's sleep as there was a mouse in my bedroom! [​IMG]
     

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