50 People On ‘The Secret My Company Doesn’t Want The Public To Know’

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The recycle bins at Seaworld also just get emptied into the dumpster. They are just there to make the visitors feel better.

2.

jrfish:

I used to work at Claires and The Icing (same company). We got about 15 minutes of training before we were allowed to pierce kids’ ears. If people bled on the ear piercing guns, we would simply wipe them off with a tissue, and use them again on the next person.

3.

OutofStep:

I worked at a beverage plant years ago that made Arizona Iced Tea, Tropicana, Nantucket Nectars, etc. There was one drink that we produced and the label said, “Made with Spring Water” and it was.

Each 600 gallon batch that we made had exactly 1 gallon of spring water poured into the tank.

4.

Reed_Himself:

The old hotel I worked at wouldnt change the sheets if they wernt “dirty”

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