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By FabFor87 / Monday 19 December 2016 16:15 / United Kingdom - Stockport
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By  xxdreamloverxx  |  13

Actually I think the directors did know it was from the boss's behalf and just reported the spelling and grammar mistakes which made OP realize that his boss makes four times his salary through he can't spell/have proper grammar. Summary, OP is just pointing out the "unfairness".

By  RichardPencil  |  24

We're going to have a president who uses the word "bigly." And do I have to mention W's command of the English language? There's not much preventing illiterates from rising to power.

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  xxdreamloverxx  |  13

Actually I think the directors did know it was from the boss's behalf and just reported the spelling and grammar mistakes which made OP realize that his boss makes four times his salary through he can't spell/have proper grammar. Summary, OP is just pointing out the "unfairness".

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  species4872  |  19

Jealousy more like it.

By  RichardPencil  |  24

We're going to have a president who uses the word "bigly." And do I have to mention W's command of the English language? There's not much preventing illiterates from rising to power.

By  ertyo  |  8

I've actually read some mail conversations between my boss and our clients. High-class business men. I almost couldn't understand what was going on and what was the subject because of spelling errors and typos. Not only my boss', but those company owner's spelling, too. English is not our and our client's mother language, but if I can spell-check a report before sending it to the whole company, why can't they?

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  OysterPearls  |  33

It doesn't, but it's still not a good look when you can't thoroughly proofread the reports you're sending out. OP said that there weren't only spelling errors, but factual ones too, and things like that may seem insignificant, but they can easily cause a whole host of problems.

By  GrumpyGrinch  |  19

Possibly you have to learn to understand "boss speak". When mine says "I'm going to ... city tomorrow" I'm not supposed to say "Have a nice trip" but to make all reservations and possibly visas too. When your boss says "send" it apparently means "proofread, revise, and update".

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