Cuttin' Loose on the Clock: Employees Take to YouTube
Let's face it -- no matter how much you love your job, the day-to-day routine can sometimes become just that. While many employees follow the "traditional" advice from experts on staying active and interested at work, a select few always seem to stand out and have a bit more fun.
We've gathered some of the best examples of how employees worldwide are having fun while on the clock. Enjoy!
U.S. Air Force Academy - Tik Tok
Squadron 23 at the Air Force Academy decided to one-up Ke$ha for their spirit day, part of every freshman class's "40 Days," the last forty days leading up to recognition.
The Laryngospasms - Waking Up Is Hard To Do
The 'Spasms, as they are affectionately known, are a group of nurse-anesthesiologists from Minnesota. After recording their first album of a capella medical parodies in 1994, the group quickly gained national recognition.
Southwest Airlines - Rapping Flight Attendant
Southwest Airlines flight attendant David Holmes was tired of airline passengers ignoring him during the preflight safety speech. During his downtime, he came up with a way to make the speech interactive and attention-grabbing. Welcome aboard!
U.S. Marines - Hold It Against Me
Stationed in Afghanistan, some members of 266 Rein and HMLA 169 took it upon themselves to show off their appreciation for Britney Spears. The video even made it back to Spears herself, who shared it with her followers on Twitter.
Best Buy - Blue and Yellow
Employees at Best Buy store 570, located in Columbus, Ohio, rewrote the lyrics to Wiz Khalifa's popular "Black and Yellow" in the vein of their store's colors.
Apple Retail - Easy Pay
When Apple introduced its then-new EasyPay wireless payment system at retail stores, some employees from the Glendale, Calif., store put this together, in true Haddaway spirit.
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