Working hard…or hardly working?

BizSense noticed hits on the site were down slightly when the weather hit 70 degrees on Wednesday…and we think we figured out why.

This worker was spotted going business casual in the parking lot behind RBS headquarters on Adams Street catching up on some light reading and a bit of sunbathing.

He’s clearly quite concerned about his afternoon meetings.

The pic was taken by RBS’s web-guy extraordinaire and occasional photographer Kamen Gordon.

BizSense noticed hits on the site were down slightly when the weather hit 70 degrees on Wednesday…and we think we figured out why.

This worker was spotted going business casual in the parking lot behind RBS headquarters on Adams Street catching up on some light reading and a bit of sunbathing.

He’s clearly quite concerned about his afternoon meetings.

The pic was taken by RBS’s web-guy extraordinaire and occasional photographer Kamen Gordon.

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Erik Quackenbush
Erik Quackenbush
10 years ago

For your information, I’m working hard! I was using my lunch break to study for my professional licensing exams. I knew the weather was going to be incredible, so I brought a chair. The photo was pointed out to me by a good friend who’s a regular visitor to your site.

Brett
Brett
10 years ago

Erik, the media is not interested your truthiness. Speculation is the new fact-based reporting. Haven’t you heard?