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Old 08-05-17, 03:57 PM
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Re: How to handle a controlling coworker

I use an app called send out cards to send people personal cards that they receive in the mail. I've sent many of these to my customers, and they enjoy them. With recent events that have occurred with my pseudo-boss, I'm questioning whether I should send them or not. I need advice on that.

My pseudo-boss has basically told me not to send them out, because we have to have the company name on them. What she doesn't know is that I have a way of printing the company name on the back of the card.

There's a holiday coming up, and I'd like to send a batch of cards to some of my best customers. After the two and a half hour meeting and another meeting this past week, I'm worried about sending them.

Should I not send them? Should I just go above the pseudo-boss and talk to the president about it?
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