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Final Note

Phrases Goldman Sachs probably doesn’t want to see employees using

Kai Ryssdal Jun 16, 2016
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Yet another lesson in “whatever you do, don’t put it in an email.”

CNBC got its hands on the list of words and phrases that Goldman Sachs flags when it monitors employee emails.

Let me say that again, your companies read your emails. 

Just so you know.

On Goldman’s list of no-noes are emails containing the phrases “incompetent account management,” “report the matter to the SEC” and “we will sue you.”

Also, the phrases “I am not a happy camper” and “you are a piece of…” well, we better stop there. 

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