Glendale, AZ – Oliver Logan, product manager at Aginte, continued to drive a wedge between himself and his coworkers by selfishly managing his own personal health while at work. Eyes rolled nearby as he stretched his arms and neck to combat the effects of sitting at his desk. Cubicle neighbors next to Logan could barely contain their outrage when he invited them to go on a walk “to stretch the legs”.
Jo Hart, a fellow product manager sitting a few feet away, was incredulous that he would do that on company time. “Did you hear Logan actually ask if any of us wanted to go on a walk with him?” she asked angrily. “I have so much to get done, and he’s acting like this is a yoga studio or something.”
Immediately after, Hart walked to the kitchen with another coworker to grab coffee and discuss Logan’s self-centered behavior for half an hour before taking an extended lunch. Hart planned on spending most of her afternoon on the #Gameofthrones Slack channel, then staying until 9:00pm to finish her work.
“Get this bullsh–,” confided Dallas Roderick, Logan’s supervisor. “He’ll actually leave at 6:00 p.m. on the dot if all the work is done, even if I’m still here. It’s like – what’s going through his head, you know? Who possibly leaves before their boss? Last week I spent the entire night here because our COO was pulling an all-nighter. Turned out he actually left early to play golf and I just didn’t know it, but I still put in the effort.” Roderick refused to comment when asked if there was any additional work Logan could help with. However, he did recommend that Logan “maybe pick up browsing Reddit for an hour or so” from 6:01 p.m. to 7:59 p.m.