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The Meetings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

Paul Pickering
Scott Elder
Scott Elder
8/27/2015 12:06:00 AM
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A different version
My daughter sent me a slightly different version of your thesis.  Namely, the "beatings" will continue until moral improves.

http://www.amazon.com/Beatings-Continue-Morale-Improves-Poster/dp/B00HNT8184

Thanks for sharing your blog.

Scott

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Koda23
Koda23
8/12/2015 6:40:28 PM
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Rat holes and eye trouble
One manager I worked for used to put a stop to rambling conversations at meetings by saying, "let's not go down that rat hole and we'll take that issue offline."

As far as sick calls, the same manager's favorite line was, "I'm calling in sick today because I'm having eye trouble. I can't see coming into work!"

 

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