4.06.2017

Public Servant Abuses Take Your Daughter to Work Day

LAST UPDATED @ 12:02PM (4.6.2017)

A public servant is bringing his daughter to work with him every day and giving her increasingly important tasks, according to his subordinates.

Source: Wonkette
The public employee and his daughter. (Image Source)

WASHINGTON (The Nil Admirari) - Earlier today, dozens of public employees speaking on the condition of anonymity confirmed their boss was blatantly violating professionalism in the workplace and the spirit of Take Your Daughter to Work Day. Employees claimed their supervisor was bringing his daughter to work every day well before April 27th - the official date of Take Your Daughter to Work Day - and seemed intent on continuing the practice on a long-term basis.

"At first, we thought it was cute that our boss was bringing his daughter to work, but that has definitely worn off," confessed one employee. "Now we have crayon all over the walls, snack food wrappers being left everywhere, and someone is stealing things from our lunches."


"We all thought it was an elaborate practical joke until our supervisor's daughter started showing up at regular meetings with comments and questions," reported another employee. "We all laughed at first, but then our boss told us to stop laughing and treat her fairly."

The anonymous public servant added, "She doesn't know anything and is always on the phone. The kid interrupts meetings all of the time to ask what a word means or for a map to find a place she doesn't know the location of, which is almost everywhere."


"Our boss' daughter now has her own office and phone extension. I'm pretty sure she has keys to all of the offices in the building, too. Things have gone missing.... That kid is a menace," disclosed another unnamed employee.

"Now our boss is passing messages to us through his daughter. I spent years working my way to where I am today and now my effective supervisor is a child who is way too close to her father and his busy hands," said another public servant.


All of the anonymous employees opposed the increasingly important role played by their supervisor's daughter, but confirmed they were too afraid of retaliation from their boss to complain.

"He's a monster," agreed most of the unidentified civil servants.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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