CartoonEmployee Benefits

A woman, searching
for a job, inquired about the benefits. The personnel manager informed her they
had group health and life insurance, but the costs were deducted from the
employee’s pay.

She said, “My
last employer had full health coverage, as well as, five years salary for life
insurance, a month’s sick leave and they paid the full premiums.”

“I can’t help
but asking, madam, why you would leave a job with such benefits,” the
interviewer replied.

The woman shrugged
her shoulders and said, “The company went bankrupt.”

Letter of

When Peters learned
that he was being fired, he went to see the head of human resources.
“Since I’ve been with the firm for so long,” he said, “I think I
deserve at least a letter of recommendation.”

The human resources
director agreed and said he’d have the letter the next day.

The following morning,
Peters found the letter on his desk. It read, “Jonathan Peters worked for
our company for eleven years. When he left us, we were very satisfied.”


A high school senior, saw an
inspirational advertisement on television about becoming a teacher. She called
the number shown: 1-800-45TEACH. After a woman answered, the student babbled on
about how she thought she had found her life’s calling and could she send her
some information.

The lady who answered the phone asked
the student what number she was calling. The student told her and there was a
long pause.

Then the woman said, “You
misspelled teach.”


Mr. Frobisher walked anxiously to the
house and knocked.

When a nice old lady answered, he said
very sad, “I’m sorry, madam, but I have some bad news. “I’m afraid I have run
over your cat. I… I would like to replace it.”

The little lady looked him up and down
and said, “I’m game, but how are you at catching mice?”

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