Some folks there said a manager immediately should address the impropriety of such humor, and possibly also report it to human resources.
Evidently Carter Schondelmayer watches Tosh.0 on Comedy Central, because Daniel Tosh used that same joke on his show last week….
Then surely Toshs supervisor addressed that with him immediately and reported the incident to human resources.
I hear irony is inappropriate in business situations. Thats why Im never sarcastic at work.
Heres an email from Reginald Radney:
Im going to let these people at this conference get away with what they are making appear so original in content and titles and themes. Most of those concepts and ideas are straight out of the design display I did at the library. The other conference that Columbus Regional is having a session at the library is on women taking care of themselves. Funny, thats straight out of my emails to the director over a course of a year or so.
Part of why I have been reluctant to bring some of my content to the market is because everyone is stealing and no one is sharing. They wont make sure the content creator gets what they should, but will steal it and take it all for themselves. Im eager to see what will come as a result of this session because I see no real effort being made to bring most of the hype to reality and actually do something.
No one wants to keep joining in on debt systems where they make burying someone in debt obligations appear to somehow helping them. People should be able to earn a legitimate earning capacity by being included into the economics that are already available without having to incur debt. I think we have had plenty of pep speeches. Whos going to do something? Whos going to make consequences and accountability for the people who continue the disparities?
I have no idea.
If your library display had that Tosh.0 joke in it, then your supervisor will have to address that with you immediately and report it to human resources.
Tim Chitwood, email@example.com, 706-571-8508