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No, YOU’RE redundant! (In a good way?)

re·dun·dant[ri-duhn-duhnt]  Show IPAadjective1.characterized by verbosity or unnecessary repetition inexpressing ideas; prolix: a redundant style.2.being in excess; exceeding what is usual or natural: a redundant part.3.having some unusual or extra part or feature.4.characterized by superabundance or superfluity: lush,redundant vegetation.(via Dictionary.com)I don't know much about the field of Human Resources, but I do imagine that telling someone they're redundant (if you use meaning 1 or 2 above) can create some negative feelings.However, if

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