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  • Welcome back to the chaotic offices.

  • A tip top trading.

  • Now Denise has left the company.

  • That place is a mess and important phone messages of being lost.

  • What can be done to make things better?

  • I think we know the answer.

  • Hi.

  • Did anyone take a message for me while I was out?

  • I'm expecting an important call.

  • Uh, no, actually.

  • Yes, Paul.

  • I wrote it on Tom's hand, but he washed it off.

  • Look.

  • Good.

  • Hygiene is very important to May.

  • That's not very good, is it?

  • What's wrong with writing on a piece of paper, Miss Pro Knowledge of paper in pence, Everything.

  • Really?

  • Nobody's or did any stationary or tidied up the office?

  • It's since Denise left.

  • Yes.

  • Maybe I was a bit hasty getting rid of her.

  • It was really just to save money.

  • Yeah, but look, if we can't take messages from possible clients were going to lose even more money.

  • Yes, I suppose you have a point.

  • Maybe I will have to reinstate her.

  • You mean gets her back?

  • Yes, Anna, he does.

  • Another way of saying reinstate is he's got to reverse his decision.

  • It means Paul has got to make an awkward call to Dinis.

  • Look poor.

  • You're gonna have to call her and tell her you've made an error.

  • A huge one, actually.

  • That huge, actually.

  • And you're her good friend.

  • Would you like to call her?

  • Me, But I can't.

  • What?

  • Callard, I think it's time to stand your ground.

  • Anna, tell him you're the boss.

  • I think it's better coming from you and remind him it was your decision.

  • So you need to explain the situation and remind him this is your responsibility you could suggest.

  • He says I'm sorry I made a mistake, but we would love to have you back.

  • OK?

  • Do you know what Paul had even use this better coming from you just to make it official here.

  • Pull.

  • You are the boss after all.

  • And it was your decision in the first place.

  • So you need to explain that the situation has changed.

  • Well, maybe you're right, but I can't tell her I'm wrong.

  • Can I look?

  • Just say you're sorry.

  • Tell her you made a mistake and I would love to have you back.

  • Well would Yes.

  • You're right.

  • I should do it.

  • I just have a quick biscuit.

  • Here goes.

  • Hello.

  • Ah, hello, Dinis.

  • It's me, Paul, your boss or your ex boss from tip top Trading.

  • Oh, how are you getting on?

  • Well, good, good.

  • Actually, I've Bean rethinking our staffing situation in the office.

  • Yeah, and?

  • Well, I'm sorry, Dinis.

  • I miscalculated my staffing numbers.

  • You mean you made Well, I'm supposed so so I would love to have you back in the office as soon as possible.

  • What do you say, huh?

  • Let me think about it.

  • A mile.

  • What will Danese decides?

  • It was Ah, hard phone call for Paul to make but not one ano should have made.

  • As it wasn't her mistake.

  • She stood her ground with Paul and used the following phrases.

  • You're the boss, and I think the news is better coming from you.

  • It was your decision in the first place.

  • So you need to explain that the situation has changed.

  • This is your responsibility.

  • And here is a reminder of the phrases Paul used to try and apologize.

  • I've bean rethinking our staffing situation in the office.

  • Sorry, I made a mistake.

  • I miscalculated my staffing numbers.

  • I would love to have you back in the office.

  • Well, okay then I'll start back tomorrow.

  • Oh, wonderful.

  • I'm so pleased we'll get your old chair back in position.

  • Actually, Paul's if you want me back, I'll need a new chair on a new phone.

  • Okay.

  • Janie's see you tomorrow on a pay, right.

  • So is she coming back then?

  • Yes.

  • First thing tomorrow.

  • That's good, because we've just had a call from nice and cheesy.

  • They said nobody returned their cool yesterday on that.

  • If we don't contact them by the end of tomorrow, they'll go somewhere else for their plastic grapes.

  • Right?

  • We must act and act fast.

  • Let's hope they don't leaves that contract.

  • At least with Dinis returning to work, things will be a little more organized.

  • But for how long?

  • Join us again.

Welcome back to the chaotic offices.

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證明你的立場 - 54 - 工作英語幫你解釋你的理由。 (Justifying your position - 54 - English at Work helps you explain your reasons)

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