A: How's your new job going?
B: It's challenging, but I'm enjoying it quite a bit.
A: That's great, I knew you'd do a good job as a manager.
B: Thanks a lot.
A: How's your assistant manager getting on?
B: Well, that's part of the problem. His probation period is up tomorrow and I don't think he's ready to pass.
A: What seems to be the problem?
B: Well, he was supposed to be able to learn his job in 30 days, but he just doesn't seem to know what he's doing.
A: If you gave him another 30 days. Do you think he could figure it out by then?
B: To be honest, he has no authority, he's a hard-worker, but no one listens to him.
A: I see. Not everyone is cut out to work in management.
B: I know. It'll be great if we could transfer him to a department where he doesn't have to work with people.
A: There's an opening in the creative design department. It involves working with computers.
B: That's perfect. I'll let him know tomorrow. Thanks.