Happy Friday! Congratulations for surviving yet another work week and speaking of work, here is a little workplace humor to wrap up your work week.
My boss is very easygoing. He told me not to think of him as the boss, rather, think of him as a friend who is never wrong.”
I tried to begin a limousine business. But despite putting all my money and effort into it, I never even got my first customer…all that time and nothing to chauffeur it.
I once had a job assisting a one-armed typist with capital letters.. it was shift work.
I recently applied for a job as an inspector at a mirror factory, it is something I could see myself doing.
My wife tells me that I talk in my sleep all the time. But I do not buy it, nobody at work ever mentions it.
If business slows down at a medicine factory could you hear a cough drop?
Did the electrician decide to close business one day a week because business was light?
Did you hear about the ancient Egyptian man who tried to make a success in the stone quarry business? It turned out that it was a pyramid scheme all along
Committee Meeting Rules
1) Never arrive on time, this marks you as a beginner.
2) Don’t say anything until the meeting is half over; this marks you as being wise.
3) Be as vague as possible; this prevents irritating the others.
4) When in doubt, suggest that a subcommittee be appointed.
5) Be the first to move for adjournment; this will make you popular since this is what everyone is waiting for.
Thought for the Week
To get something done a committee should consist of no more than three people, two of whom are absent. ~Robert Copeland