Restroom state of mind

It’s difficult to evaluate the general mood in a company.

From the few experiences I had (6), the restroom rule proved to be right every time.

The rule is quite simple.

There is a direct relationship between the level of ‘happiness’ and the restroom cleanliness.

The happier, the cleaner.

I was once working in a merger & acquisition firm in London and the restroom were worst than in a nursery. People were obviously either fascinated by wall pee patterns or just deliberately urinating in a way that let them express their anger in the most stupid way.

If your office toilets are dirty, don’t blame the cleaning lady, you’re the one doing it wrong.

 
546
Kudos
 
546
Kudos

Now read this

Armors and bullet holes

In his recent The Counterintuitive World post, Kevin Drum tells the following story: Back during World War II, the RAF lost a lot of planes to German anti-aircraft fire. So they decided to armor them up. But where to put the armor? The... Continue →