MPs to discuss whether Philip Green should be allowed to keep his manhood

MPs to discuss whether Philip Green should be allowed to keep his manhood

  Sir Philip Green has been warned that he could still be stripped and have his manhood removed one year after the collapse of BHS.   The veteran Labour MP Frank Field said Green had not done enough to stay in possession of his todger amid lingering concerns over the £363m settlement struck between the…

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Powerleague and Goals consider 4-a-side match because 2 players haven’t turned up yet

Powerleague and Goals consider 4-a-side match because 2 players haven’t turned up yet

  Shares in Goals Soccer Centres jumped after the five-a-side football firm confirmed it was in early-stage talks to play a 4-a-side match with rival Powerleague because two of their players haven’t turned up yet.   In a stock market announcement, Goals said that 4-a-side was among the “strategic opportunities” currently being assessed by its…

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Customers of Three Mobile refuse to pay their bills in case they belong to someone else

Customers of Three Mobile refuse to pay their bills in case they belong to someone else

  Customers of Three Mobile are refusing to pay their phone bills after receiving embarrassing messages intended for other users after a fault on the network.   Customers on the mobile provider that uses the slogan, “best network for data” – were left unable to make or receive calls for around four hours over the…

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Guy Goma goes for a job interview at the BBC and ends up on live TV

Guy Goma goes for a job interview at the BBC and ends up on live TV

  Job interviews can be stressful at the best of times, but when you end up being asked questions about something you know absolutely nothing about on live television in front of an audience of millions, they can be all the more challenging.   Guy Goma, a business studies graduate from Brazzaville in the Republic…

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Notice of appeal meeting against demotion – Customer Services Manager

Notice of appeal meeting against demotion – Customer Services Manager

  Date: 21/04/2017   Dear Andrew, You have appealed against your disciplinary action on 21/03/2017 which was confirmed to you in writing on 24/04/2017. Your appeal will be heard by myself in my office on 24/05/2017 at 9am. You are entitled if you wish, to be accompanied by another work colleague or a trade union…

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W1nners’ Club Problem Page – Country Music

W1nners’ Club Problem Page – Country Music

  Dear Darcus, I absolutely adore Country music and on a Friday afternoon I will often put on my stetson hat and sing along to country FM which I deliberately play as loud as possible so everyone else in the office can join in with me. The trouble is everyone else on the team says…

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How your office could revert back to the Stone Age as a result of dress down Fridays

How your office could revert back to the Stone Age as a result of dress down Fridays

  Dress down Fridays can be a sticking point in many workplaces depending on the point of view the management takes in relation to staff happiness. Whilst some companies enthusiastically embrace the idea and allow workers to dress in casual, smart attire during the working week, others consider dress down Fridays to be something that…

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You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a Supermodel?

You’ve just been sacked…………why not become a Supermodel?

  It hurts doesn’t it – not having a job? Whereas once you feasted heartily on Duchy Originals’ Organic Stem Ginger All Butter Shortbread Melts every day, your snack diet now comprises of little more than bumper packs of broken pink wafers from the local cash and carry store. Fear not however, because help is…

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10 reasons why being a manager in 20 years time won’t be half as much fun as it is now?

10 reasons why being a manager in 20 years time won’t be half as much fun as it is now?

  Let’s face it – being a manager these days isn’t half as much fun as it used to be. With a whole host of hurdles like grievance procedures, sick leave, annual leave and the like – it’s a wonder how anyone can get their employees to put in a full shift. You see, back…

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Former bookstore giant Borders fails to modernise and ends up going bankrupt

Former bookstore giant Borders fails to modernise and ends up going bankrupt

  Borders Group, Inc. was an international book and music retailer that was based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.   In its final year of trading the company employed nearly 20,000 people throughout the U.S. In February 2011 the company applied for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and began liquidating 226 of its stores in the United…

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