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HumouR Us... 
It has been reported, that those working in Human Resources are amongst the unhappiest workers in the United Kingdom... There are occasions when the nature of our work perhaps puts us in a more sombre mood than most, but that's not always the case and there can be a lighter side to our work too - even some humour on occasions and we will be using this space to share some of the funnier aspects of our work. Some of the stories will be true; others will be entirely fiction - but in all cases, names will be with-held to protect the guilty!!!! 

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You're Fired... 
Reported in the Daily Mail recently, ‘Whisper App’ had asked users to share some of the more ridiculous reasons why they had been dismissed from their jobs and these included: 
A restaurant worker being fired for asking for Zac Ephron’s autograph whilst he ate in the restaurant 
An employee being sacked for borrowing a set of food scales overnight – so they could weigh out their dope 
An employee sacked for taking a selfie in work 
Another one, because they couldn’t staple papers to their bosses satisfaction 
An actor for doing ‘porn on the side’ whilst they were playing Prince Eric in the Disneyland Parades and; 
An employee for saying ‘get a load of this guy’ every time someone walked into the building… the employee concerned did work at a sperm bank!!! 
... Without knowing the full story, it's difficult to know if these are legitimate reasons for dismissal or not, but they made us smile anyway... 
If you have any amusing stories that you would like to share with us; please use the comments box above - we can't guarantee to publish them all, but we will review them and share some of the funnier stories... 
Take a look back out our previous 'HumouR Us' Posts here... 
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