8 Biggest Workplace Errors

Photo of a spider named "Jerry"

In today’s economy (always a good lead phrase for any article, on any topic) a “job” may be a useful tool for obtaining money.

If you enjoy having money for investments like food, and happen to be among the few still employed, here are the 8 most common workplace errors.

1) Taking “talk like a pirate day” seriously.  

2) Hiding *anything* in your supervisor’s lunch bag in the break room (especially pet spider “Jerry”).

3) Sharing your favorite “I can haz cheezburger / epic fail” poster sites on company website. 

4) Scanning ANY body part on company printer and posting it on Twitter.

5) On a popular social networking site suggesting  that company CEO hides spiders in people’s lunch bags.

6) Using real name on a popular social networking site.

7) Claiming that you know 8 biggest workplace errors when you really only know six.

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16 thoughts on “8 Biggest Workplace Errors”

  1. Thank you, Sophia. This article explores some admittedly rare but very consequential workplace errors errors. Tip: IF you do hide a pet spider in your supervisors lunch bag, don’t admit to knowing the spider’s name if he is discovered. When you think about it, how would the supervisor know Jerry, I mean an anonymous spider, was your pet? I’ve had a fair amount of time to think this through.
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  2. 😀 it is so funny, it is likely that I have met all these workplace errors, in addition that “Hiding *anything* in your supervisor’s lunch bag in the break room (especially pet spider “Jerry”).”

  3. LinkedIn, FB, etc. are actually extra pages to your resume. Can be a positive but if it’s an active hobby can be interpreted as a time sink. It’s like adding an “I” to FB — employers have an obligation to investigate. I imagine some like SEO or PR companies would *want* a person to be active online. Thanks for commenting, Maria.
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  4. In my previous company, we we’re not allowed to post anything that’s company related in out FB page. If you take a picture with your ID and it shows the company logo, you’ll get called to the HR if you post it and they see it there.
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