Attrition?? Pfft - we have a retention problem



  • A friend of mine was examining his HR benefits page and happened to click upon the page detailing time off.  In a nice chart was listed the time off per years of service:

    0 to 4 years ............  23 days
    5-9 years ..................28 days
    10 to 24 years .......... 33 days
    25 to 100 years ........ 38 days

    When 100 years worked here you have...




  • That limitation was set up to cover the Highlander department. Talk about long-term employment.



  • Yeah, do you know what would happen if the scale was logarithmic and they hired Duncan McCloud? After 100 years of service, he'd be getting 365 days of leave a year. The company would have to support him for all eternity, with raises even!


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