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    I really like my job

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    I really like my job and I have been working in XX Company for only one year. I would assess my job performance over the past one year as good on the following reasons: I was sick on only three occasions over the past year. I always finished all work projects and managed to meet all the deadlines. I have had a good working relationship with all my colleagues. I demonstrated the following strengths during this one year: positive, hard working and motivated.

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    Re: any grammar errors

    I really like my job and I have been working in XX Company for only one year and I really like my job. I would assess rate my job performance over the past one year as good, based on the following reasons: I was sick on only three occasions over the past year. I always finished all work projects and managed to meet all the deadlines. I have had a good working relationship with all my colleagues. I demonstrated the following strengths during this one year: being positive, hard working and motivated.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: any grammar errors

    Quote Originally Posted by robin lee View Post
    I really like my job and I have been working in XX Company for only one year, and I really like my job. I would assess my job performance over the past one year as being good on for the following reasons:
    - I was sick on only three occasions over the past year.
    - I always finished all work projects and managed to meet all the deadlines.
    - I have had a good working relationship with all my colleagues.
    - I demonstrated the following strengths during this one the past year: positive outlook, hard work ing and motivation. ed.
    If the name of the company is "XX Company", then call it that. Otherwise, just use XX.

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    Re: I really like my job

    Robin lee, note that I have changed your thread title. Titles should include some/all of the words/phrases you are querying.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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