A British woman, Wendi Aarons, decided to put a hilarious spin on sanitary napkin advertising and wrote a snarky but hilarious open letter to Proctor & Gamble, the makers of sanitary napkins of her choice. She had read a slogan for one of their maxi pad campaigns that motivated her to write this open letter.
People in general have a lot of grudges against their employers. Most conversations are peppered with laments, gossip or plain hatred against your boss, awful colleagues or a sucky work culture. However, more often that not, the employees, are not exactly a picture of everything that’s right, bright and ethical. There are many ways employers are also wronged by the employees, than just vice versa.
This is what HR really means in those job descriptions.
It’s that time of the year again. You’ve already left or are set to leave on your annual long leave. This also means setting up an automatic Out-Of-Office reply on your work inbox. Here’s a collection of some of funniest, witty or cheeky OOO replies.
Coding isn’t all that difficult. Let’s learn how it works with this simple video.
It’s not easy working in IT in India. 😛
Whether you’re a man or a woman, riding in a big city or small, riding a hayabusa or a scooty pep, there are some things every person who rides to work can relate with.
Think jobs, and the most dire situation that you’d think that could arise is a particularly bad case of the Monday blues. Not really. Workplaces are fraught with their own set of risks, and dangerous accidents are common. Some jobs are riskier for your health and safety than others, but as you’ll see, even in seemingly boring desk job in an IT company, hazards can arise out of nowhere.
No, I’m not about to actually say these to him anytime soon, but god knows how I’ve felt the urge to say them.
I don’t think I’m the only person who’s spent many an exasperated moment wanting to say a few things to our bosses, but simply can’t. Either you value the job too much to risk losing it, or just in deference to seniority, how we do react to the boss is not always how we feel. So, here’s some things I want to say to my boss, even if he’s mostly not going to read it. Some boss, somewhere, might.
Google came up with some staggering news today. It announced that it was restructuring its operations and renaming itself Alphabet. Google would now be a part of the Alphabet corporation, which would also contain within itself some of Google’s more futuristic ventures, such as Google Fiber, Calico, and Google X.
Microsoft had a suitable response.