This guy gets nervous around people, but he’s really good at his job. So, his boss agreed to let him create this safe space in the office. Now, he can get his work done without feeling the prying eyes of coworkers. Ah, the perks of having a cool office environment and a boss that won’t fire you for joking around.
People who work in offices with lots of people can implement this strategy to make it feel more like they’ve got an office of their own. If you’ve got claustrophobia, though, you may want to reconsider before you decide to box yourself in like this dude. Plus, it doesn’t look very sturdy. One bump from a passerby and that thing could come crashing down in a second.
You know that one person in your office who has a cubicle lined with pictures of their babies – or fur babies? Yeah, well, there’s pretty much one of those people everywhere. Personalized touches do make the office feel cozier – at least, for the person they belong to.
Right now, as you’re reading this, you can probably see Anne’s desk, covered in frames full of pictures of her children. One of them was on their first day of school when they were younger, one of them graduating from high school, and of course, a family shot taken at the department store by a professional photographer. Well, instead of kids, this person has fur babies that they’re overly proud of. So proud, in fact, that they’ve invested in all types of customized kitty gear
Jammed All Night
Office printers are like the workhorse of the building; they’re often overworked, overused, and undervalued. But that’s not what’s going on here, “Mon,” nope. They value their printer so much that they even named it after the biggest legend in reggae music. Unfortunately, it’s because it’s apt since the darn thing is always backed up with paper and rarely decides to print.
It’s great that the people in this office have a good sense of humor and are able to make light out of a bad situation. But they weren’t really worried about Bob Marley being jammed because they have another printer down the hall named Santana, and it always runs perfectly smooth. Okay, we’re done with the musical puns, sorry!
Speak into the Dispenser
Don’t you hate it when you’re waiting to get a paper towel in a public restroom, but you can’t because there’s some lunatic standing there talking to the dispenser and blocking your way? Yeah, us too. It is a pretty funny practical joke to play on your coworkers, though.
Must we reiterate how boring it can be to work in an office every day? You’re around the same people, doing the same stuff, and everyone looks for whatever it is they can do to keep themselves entertained. This is pretty good, though, we must admit. So good, in fact, that it may be time to print some signs for our next visit to the restroom. Cue the evil laughter!
It’s crucial for every office (and any building with workers, really) to have plans in place in case of emergencies. Things happen, and building managers and employers need to make sure their employees can get to safety quickly and easily. But developing a plan of action is much easier said than done.
This is the space where an actual evacuation sign is supposed to be put up, but apparently, it was forgotten about, and instead, one worker took it upon themselves to fill in the blank. Hey, it seems like a perfectly reasonable plan of escape. In case of emergency – run! Except, that’s terrible advice and would cause panic, and God knows what else, so please don’t do that.