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People Who Caught Their Co-Workers In Compromising Positions

For the most part, people are professional at work. They come to work, do their jobs, and don't commit crimes, or sleep with anyone while there. You know, that sort of thing. But others have a hard time sticking to these types of rules and decide that work is an appropriate place to have sex, steal money, and generally disregard all proper social conduct. If you can get away with it, props to you - sort of. Ok, not really. But if you're going to do something that stupid at work, at least make sure you don't get caught. These people share stories of the compromising positions they caught their coworkers in, and the tales are pretty shocking! Have you ever found a coworker in a situation they shouldn't have been?

people who caught coworkers in compromising positions - cover pic story about working at wendys and catching manager and coworker having sex | Abigail Petersen, former Drive Thru at Wendy's (2013-2015) Answered August 6 worked at Wendy's younger sent walk- freezer get more fries and opened door find manager banging co-worker just grabbed fries near door and walked out without saying word co-worker made shift manager few weeks later. Neither them acknowledged and basically ignored after If
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Mom Creates 'Hiring Board' With Open Positions For Kids To Earn Money

This moms allowance method for her kids is serious mom goals and weren't totally not surprised that it went viral. 

Meet Shaketha Marion McGregor, a single mother of three (Jahkeem, 13, Takeia, 10, and Serinity, 6), who has a unique system when it comes to getting things done around the house! A system in which she creates all the household jobs that are in need of hiring, and lists them as 'open positions'. There's even a resume and interview process!

This mom has thought things through! With a hiring board that's filled with open positions the kids could apply for, they fill out their resumes (including how much they want to be paid for the position), and then have to ace that interview with the boss (aka mom).

This is simply brilliant for so many reasons. Instead of handing out allowance due to constant nagging from her kids, McGregor is insisting life-long lessons in the value of money, and how the real world works. 

In an interview with Today, McGregor shared insight to her process, "One of the things I asked was, 'When can you start?' Serinity said she could start right away and my 13-year-old needed a few days because he wanted to hang out with his friends. She was far more professional."

She also added that Jahkeem, her son, had some excellent and important questions, "He wanted to know if I was taking out taxes and how much."

And her 10-year-old, Takeia, took a different route during the interview process, she spoke with an "exaggerated British accent" during her interview. "I think she thought it made her sound more polished and desirable," McGregor said. "She really thought it would help her."

Honestly, this looks like something all future parents should practice at home and we, personally, wish that we had this invaluable experience when we were growing up. Then, maybe we would've aced a lot more of those resumes and interviews.

All in all, this mom is killing it. You can follow McGregor at This Mom Means Business Inc.

Story via Today


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