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HumouR Us... 
It has been reported, that those working in Human Resources are amongst the unhappiest workers in the United Kingdom... There are occasions when the nature of our work perhaps puts us in a more sombre mood than most, but that's not always the case and there can be a lighter side to our work too - even some humour on occasions and we will be using this space to share some of the funnier aspects of our work. Some of the stories will be true; others will be entirely fiction - but in all cases, names will be with-held to protect the guilty!!!! 

'Heaven or Hell'... 
 
Sorry we missed last week's 'Friday Funny' a combination of internet connectivity being down and the lingering effect of a clumsy moment... Hopefully, this will make amends though... 
 
Image obtained from pinterest.com 
Tragically, Freda Bloggs, an HR manager was killed in a freakish accident whilst out walking her dogs one day. As her soul arrived at the Pearly Gates, St. Peter himself was on hand to greet her. 
 
“Welcome to Heaven,” said St. Peter “before you get settled in though, as with everyone, we’d like to give you the opportunity to experience both heaven and hell so what we’re going to do is let you have a day in each before you decide where you wish to spend eternity.” 
“Fair enough, although I’m sure I want to be in heaven”, said Freda 
 
“But you’ve never been to hell so how would you possibly know?” And with that Freda found herself on a seemingly endless escalator descending to Hell. 
 
Eventually she arrived and the HR manager found herself stepping onto a beach of fine white sand, with deep blue water lapping at her feet and a bar with gorgeous waiter serving refreshing cocktails. Just beyond that she could see a luxury hotel and friendly faces welcoming her, many of them people she knew from her life as an HR Manager. They sat around, reminisced, laughed, swam and then as the bright golden sun disappeared below the horizon they all went into the hotel for an amazing meal. 
 
She even met Satan who was also very friendly and not at all like the evil devil she had been led to believe he was. The evening was fabulous with more drink, jokes and dancing. 
 
Freda had a wonderful time in hell but all too quickly her visit came to an end and she was whisked onto the escalator to sample heaven. Everybody smiled and waved good-bye as she disappeared into the clouds. 
 
The escalator went up for what seemed like an age but eventually she arrived at heaven where St Peter was once again there to greet her. 
 
“OK, so now it’s time to spend 24 hours in Heaven” he said. Freda took her place amongst the clouds. Everyone was sitting around, chatting quietly, playing lutes and harps, and Freda joined in. People were pleasant but it was nothing like as much fun as hell. 
 
In fact the 24 hours seemed interminable but eventually it all came to an end and St. Peter came see her. “So,” he said, “you’ve experienced heaven and hell – where would you like to spend the rest of eternity?” 
 
Without hesitating Freda replied, “Hell – no question. I can’t believe I’m saying this because before I arrived I would have stayed in heaven without even visiting hell, but now that I’ve seen it I know that’s much more my kind of place. Heaven is fine, but I think I’m better suited to spending the rest of eternity in hell.” 
 
St. Peter nodded and escorted her back to the escalator which swept her back down, eventually, to hell. But when she arrived it was very different. Freda found herself standing in a hot, dry, putrid smelling wilderness. For as far as she could see all around was detritus, organic waste, and the stench of death. All her friends, old and new were dressed in filthy rags and were picking up scraps of rancid food to eat. Satan came up to her again and welcomed her. 
“I don’t understand,” sobbed Freda. “When I came yesterday it was fabulous food and drink, beautiful sun drenched sandy beaches and clear blue sea. Now all there is, is a wasteland of putrid waste and everyone is scratching around for food.” 
 
The Devil looked at her and smiled, “that’s because yesterday we were recruiting you, but now you’re on the staff.” 
Image obtained from patheos.com 
We're not like that really...!! 
If you have any amusing stories that you would like to share with us; please use the comments box above - we can't guarantee to publish them all, but we will review them and share some of the funnier stories... 
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