This Company Has A Really Shitty Bathroom Policy

Screen Shot 2014-07-17 at 10.54.04 AM

Chicago based WaterSaver Faucet has got a new public policy regarding private parts. Specifically, it’s cut down employees’ allowed restroom time to one hour per two weeks. For those of you who aren’t keen on the mathematics, that’s only six minutes for every workday.

Unsurprisingly, the union for factory workers at WaterSaver Faucet aren’t on board with the idea, and they’ve got some real potty mouths. In an effort to appease the full bladdered factory workers, CEO Steve Kersten has introduced an incentive-based reward system.

The system? At the end of the month if an employee hasn’t paid the water bills he receives a gift card. For 20 bucks. That’s about a dollar for every day you nurture a kidney stone. Where’s this gift card to anyway? Chili’s? Home Depot? Important details are never disclosed.

The union has made claims the faucet company has already disciplined 19 workers for excessive Tweeting while pooping. In order to leave the factory floor, workers must swipe out and in with a time stamped key card that logs your bowel activity.

I really hope this doesn’t become a thing. The handicap stall is my sanctuary. It’s my oasis in the wasteland (rimshot).

[via Business Insider]

Email this to a friend

3 Comments You must log in to comment, or create an account
Show Comments

For More Photos and Content

Latest podcasts

Download Our App

Take PGP with you. Get

New Stories

Load More