Monday, 28 July 2008

Key cutting-edge drama in the Assembly

It must be time for some pointless idle gossip.

Staff in an Assembly office in Aberystwyth have been asked to sign for pedestal keys; with a penalty of £22 if lost. This local policy has been as welcome as a wet-weekend in Cardigan Bay, and the union have advised staff not to sign for keys.

Instead, meetings were instigated to convince management of the worthwhile idea of attaching keys to the security pass which is issued to all Assembly staff.

This has not been adopted. The union is concerned that this local initiative will spread Wales-wide.

What will staff be asked to pay for next?

[Thanks to the anonymous email]

3 comments:

Mortice Yale-Lock 28 July 2008 at 10:22  

With all he bonus money surely they can all go to Cardiff market and get a spare key cut.

Anonymous 28 July 2008 at 10:58  

They will have to pay for their soul. Ha ha

Anonymous 28 July 2008 at 19:46  

awww poor Dabs ,dim arian is it, try being unemployed folks

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