2.There is a chance that the Federal Reserve will increase interest rates by early June.
3.The new employee-wellness program that was introduced last week is creating a lot of excitement among the employees.
4.Our new employee-recognition committee will be led by Marissa McFaddin.
5.The analyst became convinced that the problem in the stitching-machine segment of the assembly line that occurred during last Thursday’s night shift was caused by an electrical short.
6.Rachel paid the bills for office rent, for office utilities and telecommunication services.
7.Before he approved the car repair on Monday he checked with the insurance agent.
8.The building manager evacuated the entire building, even though the fire was confined to an upper floor apartment.
9.The new policy not only affects tenants in this building but also tenants in other Office One tenants throughout the city.
10.Please submit your expense requests for your travel, your hotel accommodation, and conference registration fees.
11.What this company needs is more money for updating old equipment.
12.Joseph’s brother said he would help the Johnson’s move their computer this Friday.
13.Complaining loudly, the manager told the fired employee why he had been terminated.
14.Our training activities have had the overall effect of decreasing the average length of emails and increasing the number if emails using a direct approach and OABC structure and bullet lists.
15.In the event that you encounter a situation that appears to be suspicious, check with the HR manager before taking any action.
16.Each manager should keep himself up to date on all employment laws.
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