The mega popular epic show Game of Thrones is full of drama, suspense, politics, gossip and war. You know what else is?
A corporate office!
So, we at OfficeChai decided to depict office life through what better than Game Of Thrones.
Beware: Appraisals are coming.
There are employees who’d be scared to speak in front of their CEOs and bosses. But then there’re some that rely on a sense of humour.
When Zeev Farbman, the CEO of the photo sharing app Lightricks dozed off at work, the employees took it in their hands to make it the most memorable slumber he would have fallen in. All while making sure the company’s app got its moment in the sun with a viral-worthy post.
A person spends the better part of their waking (and sometimes sleeping) hours at the workplace. So naturally, it’s an integral part of our lives, for good or for bad. However, amidst all the chaos, pressure and the depression, there’s a few people who manage to put a funny spin on everyday situations at work and make it look less like a chore and more like a riot. So here’s our list of 25 of the funniest tweets on office lives and jobs, including some from the funniest Indian Twitter accounts there are. If you have a job, you will relate with them.
An open letter to the colleague who eats noisily in office.
An office is a crazy place, isn’t it!? It’s not absurd to think that by throwing a bunch personalities together, problems will arise. That said, we do our best at tolerating our co-workers when they’re particularly difficult to deal with. Sure, we’re good friends with some of them, but the others grind our gears on a daily basis! Let’s have a look at a few examples of personalities you’ll find in the workplace.
How does a great cricketing nation hire a new coach? Through an ad in the newspaper of course.
After close to ten years of being in the IT services business, I’ve reached the conclusion that the entire industry can be lumped into a few categories, starting from the ones at junior levels.
When they say you gotta ‘sell’ yourself well to land a good job, some people take it rather literally. Throwing himself into the job ‘market’, Akash Neeraj Mittal, an IIT-Kolkata alumnus, created a Flipkart-like resume, to well, raise his stakes to land an assistant product manager job at the hallowed Ecommerce company.
Hamza Khan was in for a mild shock when he received an interesting job offer. He was emailed by someone claiming to be a recruiter who had seen Khan’s website and decided to send him an in-depth critique of it, and then tried to blackmail him into working for him.
The email is from a supposed Architecture engineer called Jacob Worstell working at the anti-spam email company, Sharklasers. The email lists out all the problems with Khan’s website in points, and is peppered with expletives.
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