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"...If we thought millennials were entitled and hyper-ambitious (in many cases without warrant), wait til you meet these kids. Kidding, kidding! I am sure they will bring a welcome breath of creativity and energy to the workplace."
@Broadway Since when have you become so PC ?
You and I know that this Gen Z will be just as worthless as all the rest of the generations before them.
@Broadway Who comes up with these monikers ? Gen X, Millennials and now Gen Z.
Enough already ! Reminds me of all the talk about "Big Data" .
One word: Rubbish.
@SunitaTO That is unbelievable ! Did your company think he was ultra committed due to this portable urinal ?
Apparently so, and if it means a promotion and your own office with a bathroom.
Where can we buy one ? : )
@vnewman2 That is the most hilarious recount I have heard in quite a while - thanks for the laughs ! It was just in time.
Needless to say, that guy should be ashamed of himself. I have (had) never heard of such a thing.
Number Two is also something that would go a long way. Simply saying "please" and "thank you".
For those who don't use these two phrases often, give it a try - you will be surprised at the results.
And maybe, just maybe using these terms will catch on and become commonplace again.
Almost missed this piece - really enjoyed it as usual David.
I really like the number one resolution which I hadn't thought about - dusting off the old resume.
I am working now but who knows what tomorrow brings and if history is any indicator - a layoff is just around the corner.
I'll work on it this weekend.
Happy New Year EveryOne !