Zoë is not a good intern. Regardless of my complaints to HR, she still remains part of my staff. I’ve documented my grievances to warn others about her. If you want to see more behind-the-scenes images (and videos!), check out her Instagram account .
She wanted me to allocate her resources for research and personal development.
I asked her to find some patterns related to the type of work I do. This is not what I meant.
She told me she wanted to be more “computer savvy.” It’s my fault for believing her.
She frequently hides and ignores her workplace responsibilities.
Though lazy, she’s helpful when trying to find the purfect cat pun.
We are not having that employee evaluation today, it has been rescheduled.
She’s not a fan of celebrations.
For the record, she is the one who pulls all the strings around here.
Her bright ideas always need a bit of work.
She can multi-task, as long as you aren’t concerned about quality.
Her work is often overshadowed by personal interests.
She spends too much time reflecting and daydreaming.
She’s not the intern I need, but the one that I deserve.
She does not adhere to corporate guidelines regarding hygiene, nor does she like mandated baths.
She gets annoyed when I wake her up.
She is not a fan of Monday morning photoshoots. To be fair, neither am I.
She snoops into parts of the company that are off limits.
She does not grasp the concept of paperwork.
She does not respect personal space.
She needs her own office.
She does not know how to transfer projects to an external hard drive, nor does she want to learn.
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