Date Published: 06/11/2020 08:52
As we enter another lockdown, our director of operations Keeley Woodcock gives us an update on what the office dogs, aka the Barketing Department, are up to.
Whilst another Lockdown was effected from 5th November 2020, it is business as usual at Future Life Wealth Management Limited. The office remains open, albeit with skeleton staff operational, with the majority of the team working from home for the next few weeks ahead, which includes our office dogs, who facilitate our Barketing Department. Elmo Williams, Barney Baumback and Vincent Woodcock, would like to share their views on working from home and what shenanigans they get up to during their working day.
Head of our Barketing Department, Elmo Williams commented that he “would prefer to work from home, especially this time of year, with the darker mornings and nights, as he doesn’t have to get up as early as normally does to commute into the office with Samantha”. Elmo, the office fashionista, added “that having a wardrobe to suit any occasion has its advantages where he can either snuggle up in his dressing gown or get togged up to go outside walking on these cold winter mornings”. Whilst Elmo is not sitting on Samantha’s knee at home in front of the laptop providing her with constructive snoring sounds he spends most of his day wrapped up warm in his fury warm bed with his favourite toy “Monkey”.
Our part-time Assistant Barketing Manager, Barney Baumback added that he was “missing doggy day care” now that Mum Emma has returned back to home working, missing his daily runs and sniffs with his best friend Bluebell. Although on the upside, Barney is able to provide security services to his home by looking out for the postman on the windowsill, where he spends most of his day enjoying the sun when it is out. Whilst he is not on Royal Mail patrol, Barney likes looking at himself in his own Hollywood style mirror, checking himself out to ensure he looks good for the next walk with Bluebell, after he has shredded the mail.
Our Barketing Department Assistant, Vincent Woodcock added that “it is business as usual for him” and quite likes working from home, although he is misses his office treats, sniffing the post, playing rope with Jill and James, sleeping on his own personal big green chair in Jill’s office and thieving left over food from the bin.
Vincent commented that the “daily morning Zoom calls can become taxing”, catching up with the team, although after these calls are a much needed, rest is needed by lying in awkward positions around the house whilst dreaming of chasing rabbits. On the upside, Vincent is able to spend time with his favourite Huggle Buddy, Larry the Ladybird, whilst observing Mum working in the kitchen and patrolling the house looking out for the Postman, oh and not forgetting running around the garden with his favourite stick he brought home a few weeks ago.
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