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We've all been there: you're walking through the office, arms flailing like some kind of giant octopus, and then you accidentally
So for now, it's back to my temp job ( I'm sat here now with nothing but this computer, my phone and people walking past this reception desk either ignoring me or being told "I smell delicious" by an old man), and some good comedy gigs to look forward to. Have a good weekend and if you don't enjoy your job, walk out. NOW (you won't regret it).
Anyone who has worked in an office is very likely to have experienced that unwanted lull in the afternoon, where your eyes
Another day, another list of gripes from the Reddit community. This time it's something we can completely get on board with
Allowing your employees to have input in the business is also a sign that you respect them. You also need to accept the fact that there are some things where your employees are better than you. Giving people credit for their skills is one of the ways you can earn respect.
I've often heard people tell me to be a "good" comedian; you need to be highly intellectual. Be specially good at the English language and know a lot about the world. I think that's a load of bo*****.
With some reports suggesting house prices in central London have cooled dramatically and increasing demand for commercial
Here is my challenge, to you and myself: lets not become a nation of zombie offices. Lets unplug our headphones, put down our phones, resist the urge to email and make sure we all take the time to speak to one another, share ideas and collaborate where we can everyday. Not only will this create much healthier and more vibrant offices, but we will be more productive too.
More than 70% of managers surveyed said they had no problem with workplace romance as long as those involved acted professionally.
It was surreal. I had an actual goodbye! An ending, a new mug and biro to take home with me! Id made a new Facebook friend.