1) Our current office space is dark and dreary and falling apart around us. There are these weird rumples in the carpet and the desk chairs won't roll over there. And nothing matches. We have about 22 styles of desks and they all suck.
2) The move will turn my 40 minute commute into a 15 minute commute, saving me on gas and allowing to sleep in for those extra 25 minutes.
3) We will no be within walking distance of bars, which means to reinvention of the 3 martini lunch.
So until we actually move on August 8th, I will be updating all of you on how an office actually moves everything.
So I bring you...
PART ONE: THE SHREDDING CONTAINERS
I work at a company that is all about keeping all the paperwork we can because of liability issues. But what is the first thing upper management did was tell us to put as much stuff as we could get rid of into these giant read lockable garbage cans that are setting around the office.
The thing is, no one wants to get rid of anything, so these containers are virtually empty. And that makes me feel bad so I have devised a new use for them. Reverting back to my middle school years, we now are passing notes amongst each other about people we hate in the company and then we throw them in the containers. But at least my VP now thinks I am actually getting ready for the move.
And sadly, a lot of working in an office is worrying about what upper management thinks...
The Office Scribe