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Do you ever wish that your employees, rather than rehearsing the same tired excuses, were a little inventive when it came to explaining their lateness?
A Melbourne office worker couldn’t believe his eyes when he looked outside the window to see a crane driver taking a nap on a ledge 25 metres off the ground.
“Knock yourself out” was a bit too literal for one weatherman whose job took him up in the air this week.
Looking for an inexpensive way to increase productivity? You might want to try dispensing gum to your workers.
It’s the type of stunt that would have gone down a treat at a funky record store party – but serving cannabis-laced muffins at a conservative office morning tea is probably not the right crowd.
A novel move at the time for a conservative institution, the Pope may regret ever having entered the Twittersphere after he was lampooned for his resignation Monday.
Would you leave your current job for a couple of slices of hot pizza? American recruiters are hoping that highly skilled workers will consider it.
“I have brave fight to wild bear”: shops, restaurants and bars often receive walk-in applications, but this emotional application might take the cake.
When breaking into houses to try out for the role of cleaner didn’t work, this enterprising American decided to try out surprise shovelling instead
Ever had a job candidate pat you on the knee? Some hiring managers have…and worse.