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Yes, the Occupational Safety and Health crowd at the Dept of Labour would be as eager as, er… beavers … to see Casual Sex Fridays (CSF) happen.
All those ‘how to’ guidelines to be drawn up (errant staples on your desk are a no no!), OOS prevention techniques to be developed and of course… safety testing of swivel chairs, desk heights, etc.
Don’t the Greens have a ‘flexible’ workplace bill in the house now? Can’t get much more flexible than that when it comes to workplaces! Would certainly give new meaning to the term ‘open concept office’.
Big risk for employers is that Sullen would want his ‘pound of flesh’ (so to speak) and would subject CSF to Fringe Benefit Tax. I guess you could always ask IRD for a ‘binding’ ruling (ah yes, ropes!). And the Police – all those handcuffs around! The mind boggles…
I think you have sufficiently proved my point. I saw nothing amusing about this video and I’d be hard pressed to class it as ‘Humour’.
Not a rant, it’s just that I decided I would actually leave a comment and say that I thought this post is utter shite. Normally if I come across shite here, I’m inclined not to comment because I know people will start criticising me.
Not that I think your blog is shite DPF, you have your moments