What if we were all given one job to do on earth and we were to all work for the same company?
Can you begin to imagine what the job description would look like?
What would the responsibilities look like?
How could one business employ 7.5 billion people?
Who would want to be the CEO? Continue reading “A Job asking for Applicants to live Responsibility”
Most of us have been raised with the basic understanding of what it means to be responsible. This will generally come from our parents, our friends’ parents, our grandparents and teachers. Hopefully that puts us in good stead for what comes next in life, entering the workforce and having a job. The baton is then passed to the employee and now fellow workmates will teach us what it means to be responsible at work.
What does that look like?
Continue reading “Responsibility in the Workplace”
Just lately I remembered that when I was in high school, it was a regular prediction/warning of my father that if I wasn’t studying well in school and university I would end up as a toilet woman, meaning cleaning public toilets for a meagre living.
Cleaning toilets in public places like big service stations, train stations, or any public toilets, was – when I grew up in Germany – regarded at the time as the lowest work you could do, and possibly the lowest paid job too. Toilet women would spend the whole day cleaning a certain group of toilets – let’s say the women’s toilets at the train station – and in between sit at a table with a plate where customers were to place their coins in payment. Continue reading “Taking Toilet Cleaning to a New Level”