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they put people in the chart who already left company

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Here's a better version:  They put people in the chart who had already left the company.
By capitalizing the beginning and ending with a period, it's now a legitimate sentence.
The issue is that of the "misplaced" modifier.
An alternative:
They put the people who left the company in the chart.
Better still
In the chart they put the people who have left the company.