10 incredible workplace meltdowns

10 incredible workplace meltdowns

  Working life can be stressful as we all know and occasionally you may have to witness a co-worker completely lose their rag in the office. Other times it might be you that demolishes your computer with the hammer you have stored in your bottom drawer specially for such occasions. It can happen at any…

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

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

  So, life isn’t going too well at the moment and your days are currently spent applying for jobs and going to interviews. Despite sending out your CV to over 200 employers, you haven’t been able to pull the wool over anyone’s eyes and convince them that you are worth recruiting. Maybe what you need…

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How to use covert recording techniques to stitch up an enemy in the office

How to use covert recording techniques to stitch up an enemy in the office

  Sometimes in office life, it’s important to stay ahead of the game by getting a colleague to stitch themselves up. It’s nothing personal, but if you’re going to get the next promotion, you’ll need to eliminate the competition.   The covert recording of a colleague saying something disparaging about the company and if possible…

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Blockbuster passes on the chance to buy Netflix and ends up going bankrupt

Blockbuster passes on the chance to buy Netflix and ends up going bankrupt

  Blockbuster was a retailer of home movie and video game rental services. At its peak back in 2004, the company consisted of approximately 60,000 employees and 9,000 stores that generated revenues of $5.9 billion.   Back in the year 2000 Reed Hastings, the founder of Netflix, approached former Blockbuster CEO John Antioco and asked…

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Money begins to grow on trees as old £5 notes get used to make compost

Money begins to grow on trees as old £5 notes get used to make compost

  Money is starting to grow on trees after the first batch of old £5 notes has been shredded and turned into compost for use in horticulture.   The Bank of England said 150 million of its paper £5 notes remain with the public, but since it started using the old fivers as an ingredient…

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Credit Suisse deploys robots at the bank to automate office politics

Credit Suisse deploys robots at the bank to automate office politics

  Credit Suisse has deployed 20 robots within the bank to help improve the efficiency of its internal office politics.   The Swiss financier has introduced the new technology to help improve the speed at which toxic relationships develop between employees and it is hoped that staff whose faces don’t fit will be managed out…

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Downing Street Brexit dinner descends into a full-on food fight

Downing Street Brexit dinner descends into a full-on food fight

  Jean-claude Juncker’s dinner with Theresa May last week descended into a full-on food fight after disagreement about the quality of British sausages. The European Commission President left Downing Street covered from head to toe in most of the contents of both the Prime Minister and Brexit Secretary David Davis’s dinner plates, and said that…

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Substitute products to get really random if M&S partners with Ocado

Substitute products to get really random if M&S partners with Ocado

  Marks and Spencer is exploring a tie-up with delivery company Ocado in a move that is expected to result in some extremely random substitute product offerings.   Talks between the two firms will start in the next few weeks and instead of the Ocado driver turning up at your door with a raspberry Muller…

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