"I love my job!" And "I have fun at work!"Congratulations, nice job. Do you hate your work, or at least struggle with it? Do you have some funny work stories? Maybe a little more humor on the job would make it more bearable. After all, we often spend one third of our lives at work, why not find ways to make it enjoyable and fun!
Funny Stories from Work and the Office
Take the following short management IQ test consisting of 4 questions and (allegedly) learn whether you are truly ready for 'management'. 1. How do you put a giraffe . . ..
The New Employee Handbook. SURGERY. Operations are now banned. As long as you are an employee here, you need all your organs. You should not consider removing anything. We hired you intact. PERSONAL DAYS. Each employee will receive 104 personal days each year. They are called, "Saturday" and "Sunday."
You never fall asleep at work. Right. You've never nodded off, napping at your computer? Best Excuses if you get caught sleeping at work: "They told me at the blood bank this might happen." . . . "This is just a 15-minute power nap like they raved about in that time management training class you sent me to."
Do you need a new Manager at work? Why not have some fun at work? Simply send a copy of this letter to six other departments who are tired of their managers. Then bundle up your Manager . .
It's simply amazing what some people will put on their online job resumes. Check out some of these funny resumes. Makes you wonder what they were thinking. Makes you wonder IF they were thinking. Makes you wonder what they said.
"The Government says we should be proud to be paying taxes. I think I could be just as proud for about a third of the money."
Photocopy things around the office to have fun, such as lamps, potted plants, staplers, etc. If someone asks about it, just say, "You never can be too careful." Stare into someone's cubicle . . .
It's your first day on the job, the boss asks you to write down your list of hobbies, because he wants to hand them back at the end of the year, to remind you of what you used to do when you had free time.
Revised Corporate Travel Policy: Due to rising expenses and budget constraints, the following corporate policies are being implemented immediately for all employees traveling on company business:
Philosophy of Work Balance
“Do not waste the vast majority of your life doing something you hate so that you can spend the small remainder sliver of your life in modest comfort. You may never reach that end anyway.
Resist the temptation to get a job. Instead, play. Find something you enjoy doing. Do it. Over and over again. You will become good at it for two reasons: you like it, and you do it often. Soon, that will have value in itself.” ― Adrian Tan