Opco has some real class... The message below was emailed by Rick Wiseley, the MANAGER of Opco's BIGGEST office to its staff. No, it isn't a joke. Its real. Pitty how far the place has fallen ... Hard to tell which is worse, how low the manager has sunk or how low the calibre of employees he is able to recruit.
From: Wiseley, Rick Sent: Monday, September 13, 2004 11:03 AM To: ... Subject: Restroom Etiquette
To: All Male Personnel
Would the "moron" that uses "toilet seat" covers each morning in the 24th floor restroom figure out how to put the seat covers in the toilet after each usage. The "peckerhead" that does this each day leaves thirty or forty seat covers in and partially out of the toile water and/or thrown on the floor of the bathroom each and every morning. This type of behavior is rude and embarrassing to your colleagues and "God forbid" any clients that might want to use our facilities. I will personally give a thousand dollars in cash to anyone that can tell me who is doing this. Someone must be around when this degenerate is carrying out hid daily failure in "potty training". Please advise.
Stanley Morgan brokers serve as restroom attendants. They wipe the seats off and the urinals after each employee is finished. They provide fresh towels to each employee after he or she is done washing his/her hands, too.
Is this internal memo for real? If you want to see one from a MERrill Lynch manager (Mike Madigan) in San Antonio, TX to his entire staff telling them Texas will secede from the Union if Kerry-Edwards win let me know. Parts of it were published in this week's issue of Securities Week. It was hilarious. He even made some slams about the cheap "south of the border" labor which infuriated the Hispanic and Latino/Latina employees. 6 walked out the door last week for UBS because of it.
BTW, maybe Ms. Beletski or Mr. Gaffen would like to see some internal OPY e-mails:
Rick, I need you to immediately find out who is wasting these toilet seat covers. Do your brokers realize these are not free? We need to be using these covers at least twice. They can be flipped over after each use.
Please report back to me on this issue. I will be checking on this during my regular stall visits.