Wednesday, March 01, 2006

How not to get on with your employees, part several trillion:

1. Unilaterally decide to have your employees go up to Scarborough (in Yorkshire - up North; look on a map).
2. Forget to ask said employees a) what they think about it and b) if they'd like to go, thereby demonstrating the same facility for organisation that Denise Richards does for acting.
3. Fire two 16-year-old employees initially invited along because their names aren't on the books (and who are too young to go to the thing anyway).
4. Irritate just about everyone because of your employee relations.
5. Including having one employee transferred out of the computer room into the warehouse for "not being a team player."
6. Drive another one to quit because of his incessant cuntishness.

7. Generally create a storm in a teacup just because of a messup over a weekend trip.

1 comment:

The Archivist said...

This is a weekend trip that's mandatory? Because that's just an extra way to piss off the employees.

As to your comments, I take you don't want to go. What are you going to do about getting out of it?