By Vernalee
mirror.co.uk
The Wizard of Oz is being revived on Broadway with a new rendition being aired on NBC as well. This 1939 MGM movie is a timeless classic and entertaining as it can be watched over and over again without boredom. Though the Wicked Witch of the West is a fictional character from the Wizard of Oz, don’t be surprised if you occasionally see a similar character gallivanting around in your midst on her broomstick. A colleague recently reported a sighting of a Workplace Witch on her job site. She indicated that this wicked witch terrorizes employees with her tactics. Included in her daily antics and mannerism are emotional shouting matches. Belligerent speech spiked with profanity, throwing objects, and degrading insults are typical. The staff routinely gets a break because the Workplace Witch regularly travels to exotic lands while attending expensive seminars. Though broomstick travel would be cheaper and environmentally friendly, she uses Delta Airlines instead. Her broomstick is packed in her Louis Vuitton luggage that she parks at the Ritz Carlton. Her behavior is wildly bizarre and outrageous, but no one “checks” her; perhaps because she is in the executive suite. With such outrageous conduct, for certain she is not a role model for her peers or subordinates! I forgot to mention that there are a few warlocks that she socializes with as well. Wickedness is equally dispersed by both genders. So that the staff can be rescued, they should call Dorothy and her crew from Oz. Despite the fact that the worksite is engulfed with lions, scarecrows, and tin men, (with ” no courage, brains, or hearts“), I really hope that the Scarecrow tags along! Throwing water may do the trick for this Workplace Witch as it did for Dorothy! If she melts and fades away, perhaps the staff will joyously and triumphantly sing as did the Munchkins, “Ding Dong, The Witch is gone!” At least that will stop the Workplace Witch from casting a spell and reappearing somewhere “Over the Rainbow!”
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