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” But if you’re told no, I wouldn’t spend more capital on it. Should my cover letter mention the employee who told me about the job and met me to discuss it?
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I have been working at the same medium-sized nonprofit for the past seven years and, as such, consider a number of my coworkers to be good friends.
But she doesn’t see why using cash a business meal or event is a faux pas or misstep.As her supervisor, am I able to mandate her to use an electronic payment?She has refused all attempts so far and says she won’t change. I am baffled by why you think it’s not okay for her to pay in cash.It’s perfectly fine for her to pay in cash, it’s not unprofessional or a misstep, and it’s super weird that you’re telling her that it is.Let her pay in cash if she wants to, and leave her alone. My supervisor gets a “bucket” of funds available to distribute to his team as he sees fit.