The very nature of work, who does it, where, why and with whom, has been changing dramatically and forever. The “social contract” with employers and workers has changed. The workplace is no longer just hired employees and employer and is no longer a space confined to a legacy corporate structure.
This has dramatically changed the way people and executives look at great places to work, and in turn great workplaces.
At times we simply need to stand up in our own Hyde Park and sound off. Sometimes we simply need to act out the obvious metaphor. Maybe we are just tired of ranting about work and employment. One thing for sure, you’ll want to keep up with the random rants and take a turn on the box of soap yourself.
Some things about “work” will simply never change: employees, bosses and people applying for work do silly and sometimes surprisingly stupid things. Examples of human folly need a public platform so that we might laugh at, with and for these aberrations of evolution. We’ll bring these stories and experiences to you and ask of you to return the kindness in our comments area. It’s all for fun, and in today’s business world, well, we freakin’ deserve to laugh!
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