Mel Gibson Quits Hollywood on Dry Erase Board
"Jenny" showed the world the most awesome way to quit your job of all time (if you're not Steven Slater): Take a sequence of photos explicitally shaming your boss on a dry erase board, email the office then have 210,000+ people share it on Facebook. Yes, the Jenny stunt wasn't real. Her name is Elyse Porterfield. Whatever. But Mel Gibson doesn't care. He released his own 33-picture resignation ... to Hollywood. There's no way this one can be a hoax, either:
Please Stop the Stench
The office is a very diverse environment. There are people of all different nationalities, ethnicity, upbringings, and pay scale. This unfortunately comes with its own consequences. In some cases, the consequences can affect your surrounding cubicle neighbors. Case in point - people stink. [caption id="attachment_3741" align="alignright" width="211" caption="Yes. Even Peter Griffin can smell a co-worker's stench."][/caption] Obviously not all offices are the same, but I find it hard to believe that I'm the only person who has a co-worker that keeps general hygiene off their priority list. They are always easy to spot, based on the ...
Ask the Expert – Mustaches in the Workplace?
As a child raised during the 1980s, I have many fond memories: Who's The Boss?, Hulk Hogan, my uncle Frank's mustache. And for the record, I emphasize fond when I recall memories of Frankie's 'stache. It was a work of art, a daily statement and a way of life. [caption id="attachment_446" align="alignright" width="255" caption="Is the mustache REALLY appropriate for the workplace? -- TCS photoshop"][/caption] Nowadays, I'm often reminded of that benchmark of testosterone because mustaches are officially back. Just take a look around. The resurgence of the mustache has left us with many questions, but the one we're tackling is: Does the mustache have a ...
Original Company Logos
The Nike logo. The McDonald's logo. The Apple logo. There are good logos, and there are great logos. You can probably identify many of the best ones instantly, perhaps without even a tagline or context clue. But that has not always been the case. Today we have a quick lesson in corporate history, featuring the original corporate logos of some of today's finest companies. [nggallery id=141]