Hangovers set to increase at Lloyds of London due to lunchtime drinking ban

Hangovers set to increase at Lloyds of London due to lunchtime drinking ban

  Hangovers are set to increase exponentially at Lloyds of London after its HR department introduced a ban on lunchtime drinking.   Staff at one of London’s most historic financial institutions could face the sack if caught breaking the new rules and as a result have taken to getting pissed after work like fish that…

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Manual Handling Risk Assessment checklist – Hod Carrier

Manual Handling Risk Assessment checklist – Hod Carrier

  This general health and safety checklist is not exhaustive – and is provided as a general guide to assess the arrangements required. Issue: Comments: Is the worker new to the task? □  Yes  □  No The worker has been a hod carrier for a number of years although he has only recently been moved…

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Letter of enquiry to GP regarding likely cause of absence – Punt Gun Assistant

Letter of enquiry to GP regarding likely cause of absence – Punt Gun Assistant

Doctor’s name: Dr Jeremiah Josephs                   Date: 30/11/1851 Address: 26 Harley Street, London Postcode: W1G 0EB PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS LETTER IF THERE IS LIKELY TO BE ANY DELAY IN REPLYING Re: Suspected Deafness Name: Winston Chomeley-Warner Address: 65 Baker Street, London To administer Statutory Sick Pay, and the Company’s sick pay scheme, and to…

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Assessment of potential for promotion – Target Holder

Assessment of potential for promotion – Target Holder

Name: Simon  Li Job title: Target Holder Department: North Korean Army Cadet Firearms Training School Length of time in post: 3 full magazines and a change of underwear Date of appraisal: __20/__11/__16 Section A: Assessment of potential  Not fitted at present for further promotion  Not fitted at present but likely to become fitted within the…

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Which office department should you really be working in?

Which office department should you really be working in?

  Modern office life is generally underpinned by gross inefficiency and ineptitude. In his book The Peter Principle, Lawrence Peter investigates the idea that most organisations are staffed by people that are fundamentally ill-equipped to do the job they are paid for. We therefore spend the majority of our conscious lives working in roles that…

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