How to Deal with Gardener's Illiteracy in Writing Official Receipts Needed for Insurance Rebate Purposes
Last edited 15/10/2019 - 17:15 by 2 other users
First off, my gardener does a great job, I respect him alot, and I like him personally and enjoy our conversations.
There is an issue though, I am not sure how to go about this best without hurting his feelings.
I require official type receipts for insurance rebate purposes.
And when he writes the receipt, his literacy is unfortunately so lacking that he even wrote "mowe" and "eoges" (edges) .
Now my concern is, these bodgy asf looking official receipts, may likely bring up red flags at insurance company, and then my refunds get held up while they investigate why my receipts appear to be written by a child.
I'm quite sure at he must have some idea that his spelling is bad, since he is about 50, and still having such issues unfortunately .
But anyway, he's just lost his job the poor guy, and I'm trying to help him out with some extra gardening work on top of the lawn mowing and edges , but I have to sort this receipt issue out.
I am allowed to write the receipt myself under the rules of the insurance thing, of course I don't sign it though, he signs off on it.
But any ideas how I could bring this up, and get to a stage where I am writing the recipt up, and he signs off.
, without hurting his feelings about something that is clearly an ongoing issue through his life.
I feel I can't give him more and more work, if this receipt issue continues.
If I was working in the fraud department and saw this, I would honestly suspect it to be a bodgy recipt .