Their core values were taken from a rotten apple.
’Reminds me of when I was in boot camp, and one guy in my company wanted to know why another guy was closely studying the UCMJ (Uniform Code of Military Justice).
The guy responded, “I’m looking for loopholes . . .”
Later on, I asked him if he’d found any.
He said, “There’s nothing in there specifically prohibiting graverobbery.”
Good to know.
Yes, sarcasm is absolutely necessary! (What? You think my sarcasm-meter is there as a warning to others?!)
It’s always necessary when towing the company line of company core incompetencies.
Amazed that PHB can recognize sarcasm…
The Company has a “Don’t poison the town water supply” policy?
Later changed to the thought provoking : It is what it is.
Dilly, flip that paper over and read the executive compensation statement on the other side…!
Funny how none of those say things like, “Establish a monopoly. Bust the union. Paint the glass ceiling.”
Core values are only for stockholder meetings.
I’m surprised the PHB can recognize that it’s sarcasm.
PHB: Dilbert isn’t being sarcastic. And now he wants to know where your house gets its water.
I think the boss would put poisoning the water supply in their core values.
Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak.
I love sarcasm. It’s like punching people in the face but with words.
I Don’t worry about what people think. They don’t do it very often.
Gasp! An obvious omission from the Core Values statement! Better send it back to committee for re-thinking and correction to include a Statement on Sarcasm in the Workplace!