Workplace Wednesday (5 Photos)Last Updated: March 1, 2018
Join AGENT for another ‘speed of light’ trip around the world to find out what your fellow Change AGENTs are getting up to in their places of work.
Time for Workplace Wednesday, and another entertaining office selfie mini-anthology that provides fascinating and fun insights into the ethos and culture of workplaces in the US, Canada and England.
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1. WGTS 91.9 – Washington DC, USA
WGTS 91.9 is one of the most popular radio stations for listeners in the Washington DC area. This week, the staff at WGTS 91.9 started off their day by enabling their social media-loving listeners to put faces to names, with this impressive office selfie.
2. AT&T – Columbus, OH, USA
American multinational telecommunications company, AT&T is headquartered in Whitacre Tower in downtown Dallas, Texas, and is the third largest company in the state. There’s also time for fun at the multinational giant, and staff at the Columbus, Ohio, gave us a slice of AT&T humour by posting this cool selfie to Twitter.
3. Dale Carnegie – Austin, TX, USA
The Dale Carnegie team leads in teaching professionals to improve their skills and performances in sales management. The team at Dale Carnegie in Austin, Texas got into the group-effort spirit by huddling together for this office selfie prior to opening proceedings at one of their kick-off sessions.
4. Turner’s Vision Care – Somerset, England
Bridgewater, Somerset-based vision care company, Turners, is one of the UK’s leading optical practices. The Turner’s team got into the summer mood recently by posing for this stylish office selfie just before shutting up shop for the weekend.
5. BMO – Greater Vancouver, BC, Canada
The Bank of Montreal, or BMO, is one of Canada’s Big Five banks. Here, personnel at the bank’s Columbia Square branch make great use of a selfie stick to help them send out celebratory salutations for Canada Day 2016.