Being petty or antagonistic in the workplace is the sole reason people actually get up out of their comfortable bed each morning and go to work. Top scientists at Lincoln University have found that pathetic, childish work-based spats, and squabbles about biscuits, staplers, allen keys, pointless antagonistic signs and unwashed cups provided greater incentive than
‘It’s not my job’ Seb is hated by his fellow work colleagues for not working regular extra hours. Assistant stores worker Seb, is considered a bone idle waste of organs because he turns up at 7.30am and goes home at 4pm, like it says in the contract he signed when offered the job by management.
For those people who work from home getting dressed is the number one challenge faced, with getting out of bed a close second. According to The Department for Studies and Research, the number of people who spend the working day festering in their under rackets has doubled in the past 12 years. Slightly underdressed home-worker
Brexit advent calendar has gone on sale a few days late with fuckall, false promises, lies and disappointment behind each door. The overpriced £15.50 festive product has a variety of picture predictions on every door from 1 to 24, but almost all windows end up entirely blank and lifeless, and after number 20 they don’t
Sitting quietly squeezing a foam rubber ball and thinking about dolphins swimming peacefully in the tranquil ocean is nowhere near as effective as giving someone a bloody good clout to relieve stress, scientists say. Stress balls are often used in high-pressure office and workshop environments to help members of staff work off unwanted nervous energy
It has been revealed that Lincolnshire police have now closed a massive investigation into alleged sex worker trafficking in Gainsborough after they realised that 9 vans of workers seen parked up on a local road were workers for Virgin Media and not ‘virgin’ sex workers. The investigation was launched after detective A. Rsetoot of the
With the collapse of Thomas Cook airlines passengers have been comforted by the news that a replacement bus service will kick in immediately The Government has issued a statement calling for anyone who has a spare bus to take it across the Channel and to one of the many airports across Europe so we can
A Lincolnshire worker who can not be named due to legal and the fear of disciplinary reasons, today had to explain himself to his boss today after a production meeting had highlighted the fact that he had fallen 8 weeks behind on production. It was only a few weeks ago at a previous production meeting