Skype and sex club
Out in broad daylight on the guys desk (one of the employees I had caught in the printing room) was a piece of paper at the top that said “Duck Club.” Underneath it, it had a list of locations of places in and around the office followed by “points.” 25 points – president’s desk, 10 points – car in the parking lot, 20 points – copier room, etc.
They all do great work and we have established a great team culture.
Well, a couple of months ago, I noticed something odd that my team (and other employees in the building) started doing.
I am the manager of a customer service team of about 10-12 members.
Most of the team members are right out of school and this is their first professional job and their ages range from 22-24.
But part of your job as a manager is to shape your culture and your team’s understanding of professionalism.
If it’s turned into a sex club, that’s a sign that you need to revisit all of this.I haven’t addressed the situation yet because of a few factors: This was during both of their lunch hours.They were not doing this on the clock (they had both clocked out, I immediately checked).This “Duck Club” is a club people at work where people get “points” for having sex in these locations around the office.I think that is also where the quacking comes into play.I get that you’re embarrassed to have to talk to people about this at all. It’s going to be far, far more embarrassing if your manager finds out at some point that you knew about this and said nothing.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating