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7-19-2009 @ 8:39PM
In reply to the second 'dear drama mama' poster:As a GL this is where your pragmatist hat needs to be put on. This situation has the potential to go afoul; and a rampant officer is the worst kind of afoul. If it gets to the point where you start talking about him/her leaving, ensure that officer access to the bank at the time is restricted and even consider disabling the /gkick access if your officers have it.Now you can turn it back on later, but if they decide to snap and start breaking things, they wont get very far. Also, they will have no idea that you've restricted access before hand and may get an idea of how on top of things you really are.Political finesse is great in these situations, but there is no substitute for preparedness.
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