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The customer isn't always right. Especially on "wild" nights, customers can be highly annoying, they can easily make mistakes, and they try to screw you over (deliberately). If a customer says that the food is too salty or undercooked; he is right. If he adamantly claims he gave you a 20, doublecheck. Just a hint for next time (coming from an ex-waiter): ...


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From what she said, she wants to become a citizen and be a pathway for other relatives to come to the US. Her begging went as far as offering to pay me. This would be immigration fraud. Absolutely do not accept money for marriage; you can go to prison for it. If her goal in getting married is to circumvent US immigration laws, then she is committing fraud ...


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I've been in similar situation twice. One living in a house and one in apartment. First of all - You cannot be sure it's the new renter. While living in apartment, the "complainer" was a person who lived in the furthers apartment from mine and on a different floor. They used new people moving in to start sending complains so it would look like it was them ...


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Assuming that your assumption is correct: your project manager threw you under the bus. He didn’t do his job of delivering important information. To not come over as defensive, you absolutely need to throw your PM under the bus. State very strongly what you needed from him and what he didn’t deliver. For example, make a list of what information you needed, ...


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I had really bad sleep in the last few days. I believe you need rest. I was in a similar situation. As MileMei rightly suggested, 'it is a job' for her. Anyway, I will tell you what happened in my situation and perhaps you could draw a conclusion. After almost 7 months of therapist relationship, it was time to bid fair-farren. I told him (it may be ...


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TL;DR: Stick to the facts, come there with ideas on how to improve things. At my workplace, after every major (bad) incident, we do what we call a "post mortem". It's a meeting were everyone related to the incident comes. It's not to assign blame, it's only to understand exactly what happened to make sure it will never happen again. Here it's how it ...


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