Employees Caught Dancing on the Job
The blunt words of Larry Winget, It's Called Work For A Reason!, remind us that work is stressful, hard and tiring, but that it's also supposed to be. Even so, we all feel the need to blow off a little steam from time to time and remind ourselves to not take life, and work, so darn seriously, because it can be fun and enjoyable too.
So, put a smile on your face and a little laughter in your cubicle and you will find that the work day flies by much faster than when you watch the clock. Need some help getting started? Check out these priceless videos of real employees breaking it down and showing off their dance moves at work when they think no one is looking.
This guy's lip-syncing and dance routine at work could have earned him a spot in the acclaimed movie if he quit his day job.
Bay area officer is a Thriller with his Billie Jean convenience store dance moves.
Play That Funky Music White Boy
Old white guy swings by Best Buy to pick something up before Going to a Go-Go.
Dancing In the Aisles
Employee grooves along at work.
Everybody Dance Now
Everyday is dancing day for this employee who breaks it down in the hallway at work.
This employee keeps work hip and moving along.
ABC's and 123's
Kid shows people how to get down.
The moral of this story? Beware of security cameras. You never know when someone might be watching.
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Gwen Parkes is a seasoned writer and editor and a subject matter expert (SME) on healthcare and healthcare reform. She spends her days freelancing for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and various publishing houses. Parkes exercises everyday to cleanse her mind and find her inspiration- running and hot yoga are her current devices of choice- and she is an amateur chef and self-proclaimed foodie; she believes that good supermarkets are happy places, a good Pinot Noir goes with everything and coffee should be served hot, with cream and sugar and as frequently as necessary.