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when you are writing subject lines for negative messages to peers and subordinates:

a) put the topic, but not your action on it, in the subject line.

b)put the topic, including your action on it, in the subject line.

c)do not include the topic on the subject line.

d)describe how the problem happened.


im almost positive its A.

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