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> ... and present it with: 'Is this what you are directing me to do?
> Please initial here, by today's date, if I have it correct.'
At some companies this act alone gets you fired.
The instructions to do the incorrect thing are being given orally (now-a-days always called "verbally") rather than in writing for good reason: they need a scapegoat. If they are good at this sort of thing you discover you cannot fight your firing because you have resigned.
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