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Dont dog on someone with an MBA, it takes hard work and dedication. Have you ever taken the Graduate Management Exam? Open up a book and dont stereotype

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If it takes you a whole day to write a weekly report, you're either procrastinating on the report or your coworker is extremely impatient. I'm going with the latter...

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Yeah if it's been going on for a year without question or concern it's natural to assume you've got things down.

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#4 is right. This guy went through all that time to write reports once a week for a year, but was too ignorant to find out what to properly do with it after he was finished. YDI for sure

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Mistakes happen and clearly its not an important one if its been going on for a year. just ask how to and maybe speak with thr supervisor!

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not important? The question implies that nobody ever even bothered looking at these reports, which means OP has been writing 50+ (over a year, weekly) reports for Jack sh*t. That's 2 months of writing. For nothing.

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Very true, it probably does carry a great deal of importance; however, someone failed to check this and inform them. Sounds like a lack of responsibility, not on OP's end

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My guess is that they were probably printed and presented in some meeting, but the coworker may have wanted to check reports from a few weeks back. I know in my job whenever reports are presented the presenter also stores them in something like sharepoint so people can look back on them later.

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There is no server. You're doing it right. Point your co-worker to the filing cabinet where your reports are stored.

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