She has had her baby. It is about 3 weeks now. I have two total employees including her in my office (not inclusive of me).
I have some documentation, but mostly these have been conversations about complaints from clients, complaints about her not remembering what I asked her to do. I had to tell her about 2 months before she left that she couldn't continue to bring her daughter to work as we are not a child care facility and she misunderstood and thought that I meant that when she had the new baby too.
I provide supervised visitation monitoring and the complaints about her daughter there while parents have to be supervised had escalated in the months prior to her leaving. She continued to bring her daughter.
she seemed to comprehend the discussions about her attitude and like I said, it would seem alright for a couple of weeks and then slip back. It became more prominently a problem just prior to her leaving. Little to no work getting accomplished as well. (I guess that is called baby brain).
thank you, XXXXX XXXXX Now it is how to be tactful. I appreciate the answer so much!
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