THE British public have asked Ofgem if it could perhaps, as the official regulator, stop energy suppliers overcharging customers instead of just warning them about it.
EMPLOYERS can read personal emails by their staff out loud in meetings if they are particularly juicy, the European court has ruled.
A 32-YEAR-OLD is held in deep suspicion by his workmates for his bizarre habit of leaving the office for 40 minutes every day.
A COMPANY is starting to regret employing a former minister with no useful skills, it has admitted.
OFFICE workers who came in over Christmas did absolutely f**k all and are now off, everyone else has discovered.
THE idea that workers can switch jobs is a myth put about to stop them become depressed and unproductive, it has emerged.
BRITAIN'S workers have returned to staring purposefully at their screens for eight hours.
EMPLOYEES of Sports Direct were encouraged to believe the outside world was a toxic wasteland in which they would quickly perish.