Question: At 12 o clock when the plant whistle sounded George Green

At 12 o’clock, when the plant whistle sounded, George Green, an assistant auditor, had his desk completely covered with various types of working papers. Green stopped work immediately, but not wanting to leave the desk with such a disorderly appearance, he took a few minutes to sort the papers into proper order, place them in a neat pile, and weight them down with a heavy paperweight. He then departed for lunch. The auditor-in-charge, who had been observing what was going on, was critical of the assistant’s actions. What do you think was the basis for criticism by the auditor-in-charge?

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