I've been assigned the task of reviewing my colleague's work. He claims it is complete and that he has done the checking.
When I reviewed a few pages (about 1/5th), I found some things (about 10) that can be improved. For example, "Month Year" should change to "Date" or other meaningful wording, some data may be incorrect, etc.
So I try to explain these points to my colleague, and ask him to make those changes. But in the middle of the discussion, he said it was too much to follow, he had to make those changes first before I talk about the next changes. He just turned his back on me.
Later, my supervisor called us to a meeting. At the end of the meeting, the supervisor asked me to write down all the changes, set the priority and email it to my colleague instead of telling him verbally.
I feel upset that I need to do extra work for a colleague to do his own job. Shouldn't the implementer make note of the review comments? Is it common for the reviewer to write down the review comments himself? Should I talk to my supervisor about this?
We are both senior staff, and I'm just a little bit higher in rank than my colleague.