It could be for example, "I don´t want her in the Department.".
But then, there is almost no context, then we are left to scramble for an answer or situation that may or may not match what you meant.
To illustrate the point, it could be that she is doing a terrible job, her human relation skills are poor (she doesn´t get well with her peers and superiors), or perhaps it´s about her poor/low performance (but then it can be simply that she doesn´t provide or isn´t used to give proper feedback...).
Another way to say that is "I want her out of the Department (a) or "I don´t want her working at the Department". Of course, there are subtlies that are lacking, say, that could be said by a boss, but what if it was a supervisor talking? The statement was said in an official capacity or in informal ways? In this case small changes in the context make quite a difference to the answer!
A supervisor could talk the boss into consider making a transfer of the said employee to another Department. So, saying I want her out of the Department could be impolite, or "burn her", or have other implications.