August 9, 2016

Never let is be said that Bankstone is an all-expenses-spared employer. Oh, Deary Me, no. You’d be amazed at all the wonderful and generous perks and benefits the enlightened dictators at its helm extend to its undeserving minions.

Why only this very month, benevolent autocrat in chief Dixon Tripeslough agreed to send at least three members of staff (maybe more) on a course of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help them cope with the stresses of…

No, that’s not it, apparently. Why is this job so HARD???!!!

Let’s try again:

Only this very month, benevolent autocrat in chief Dixon Tripeslough agreed to fork out for Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) for at least three members of staff (maybe more), which will enable them to undertake the 43rd most dangerous activity known to man by taking a two-wheeled motor vehicle out on the road.

If it’s possible to say fairer, than that, Bankstone News, for one, is at an utter loss to understand exactly how.

The lucky three to have expressed an interest so far are Maxine, Tom and Adam – all of whom will soon acquire not only a valuable basic proficiency in the art of motorcyclage, but also a priceless additional layer of insight into the issues faced by motorcycling persons whose claim making requirements they may happen to be handling.

How will Max, Ian and Tom Adams get on? Don’t worry, we’ll be sure to keep you posted in future editions of Bankstone News.

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