On This Day: Cubicle Day

I believe you have my stapler“Have you seen my stapler?”  The thought of life in a cubicle inevitably conjures images of Office Space.  April 28th recognizes the beauty of an office divided by ugly, temporary, crammed cubicles.  It’s Cubicle Day!  Take a moment to appreciate your cubicle neighbors.  Perhaps you’d like to give thanks for your cubicle with a view.  More than likely you just want to play a prank on the person in the cube next to you!  Have at it!  You can celebrated by posting pictures of your cubicle to our Facebook page.  We promise not to judge!

Other Holidays:

Kiss Your Mate Day

  • Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day – the day after Administrative Professionals Day?  So you’re nice to your secretary for a day, then you drive them nuts by bringing your kids to work the next day?  Something doesn’t seem right about that!
  • Workers Memorial Day – A day of remembrance for workers killed, injured, disabled or made unwell by their job
  • National Day of Mourning
  • World Day for Safety and Health at Work (International) – a UN International Holiday
  • National Kiss Your Mate Day – if they’re willing of course!


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