August 11, 2010 by Post Team 

Hopa, (Examiner) — A young woman named Jenny recently made headlines for giving up their work in an unconventional way – by e-mail photos of herself holding a board that contains the messages to their colleagues.

Among the 31 pictures she sent to company staff, which includes several how his manager was wasting his time in office. In addition to checking your account and TechCrunch Scottrade was spending a staggering 19.7 hours a week to play Farmville.

Spencer, the manager (farmers) of the company had recently set up office software to determine what his staff was doing while online. Jenny had access to information as his assistant, so I decided to see what he was doing with his time.

Jenny decided to quit her job after listening to his boss call it a HOPA. The term greatly offended, who devised this unique opportunity to say sayonara to your work and let the world know how he was treated.

How long you play Farmville at work? We will not tell your boss, I promise.

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