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.

 
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