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Our school district had to make some cuts last year. One custodian retired and was not replaced.
Now, the cleanliness of the building is deteriorating. When, as facilities manager, I ask why we’re not keeping the building clean, the response is, “We’re down a man.”
However, the retired custodian told me that he could clean his area in six hours.
This tells me that the person now cleaning this area must be getting done in four hours, because it’s not clean.
He has been with us for years.
Wednesday’s Answer:Parkinson's Law (C. Northcote Parkinson) states that work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.
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