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By  Tripartita  |  42

"How best do I convey to my employee that I don't find his work satisfactory? Telling him might be ambiguous. OH! I'll name his timesheet 'timeshit'! Clear as day!"

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  Rababco  |  29

@20 I think #4 means that they hope OP keeps his job because this could mean that the boss doesn't like his performance and therefore, will fire him.

By  Tripartita  |  42

"How best do I convey to my employee that I don't find his work satisfactory? Telling him might be ambiguous. OH! I'll name his timesheet 'timeshit'! Clear as day!"

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  cocacola999  |  26

OP's from Poland. Depending on the age of OP's boss, he may not know English very well, not living in an English-speaking country and all. In former socialist countries, younger people generally know very good English, while 40+ generation did not have many chances to practise when they were young.

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  Ladisa  |  25

Also, in Polish, too, like in a lot of other languages, you would pronounce "i" as "e" in English. I could definitely see someone who has only ever /heard/ the word "timesheet" and not read it, and who has limited knowledge of the English language, spell it as "timeshit".

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