Dove brings out a body wash bottle shaped like an Essex bricklayer

Dove brings out a body wash bottle shaped like an Essex bricklayer

  Dove has brought out a range of body-shaped bottles as part of their “Real Beauty” campaign that are shaped like Essex bricklayers.   The body washes are designed to reflect the “one of a kind” body shapes of their consumers who can often be found working on building sites and eating fry ups in…

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Starbucks says its Unicorn Frappuccino is authentic because it doesn’t actually exist

Starbucks says its Unicorn Frappuccino is authentic because it doesn’t actually exist

  Starbucks says its Unicorn Frappuccino is a more authentic flavour than the Frappuccino latte because just like Unicorns, it doesn’t actually exist.   The coffee chain faces a $10 million trademark infringement lawsuit that is being brought by The End, an independent coffee shop based in Brooklyn, New York (a place completely devoid of…

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London football hooligans react angrily as Burberry plans a move to Leeds

London football hooligans react angrily as Burberry plans a move to Leeds

  London’s football hooligans have reacted angrily as Burberry announces plans to relocate to West Yorkshire as part of cost-saving measures.   The luxury brand said it plans to open a new business centre in Leeds later in the year, meaning hooligans that support clubs in the capital will struggle to get hold of any…

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Gary Mabbutt scores an own goal in the 1987 FA Cup final

Gary Mabbutt scores an own goal in the 1987 FA Cup final

  Have you ever made a mistake at work that was so big, it’s likely your colleagues will remember it for the rest of their lives? If you have, you’re not the only one. Former England and Tottenham Hotspur defender Gary Mabbutt was responsible for scoring an infamous own goal in the 1987 FA cup…

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BOARD MEETING MINUTES – National Trust Fence Committee

BOARD MEETING MINUTES – National Trust Fence Committee

  Meeting details   Date:  04/05/2017 Time:  3PM Location: National Trust – Upton Snodsbury Regional Branch Office Type of meeting: Special Projects Committee Minutes taken by: Mr. D. R. Hunting   Attendees   Chair – Mr. Phil Anthropy Ms. Abbey Estate Mr. Cliff Head Mrs. Charity Commission Mrs. Cathy Dral     To approve the…

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W1nners’ Club Problem Page – Lying on a CV

W1nners’ Club Problem Page – Lying on a CV

  Dear Darcus, One my regional managers told me over lunch that they have recruited someone onto their team that doesn’t have GCSEs even though they said they did on their CV. Should I instruct them to fire the person in question for dishonesty?   Dear Reader, Unfortunately, the competitiveness of the job market means…

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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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