At The Office
Lighting for the Office
Meet Mitchell Watt, Regional Branch Manager of Benedict Dimbulb – a paper clip supply company. He’s a spunky-minded boss who just wants the best for his employees, but sometimes his ideas are a little too “out there.” The faithful Assistant to the Regional Branch Manager, D. Light Shrewd, will do anything to help Mitchell (and anything to just prove a point). This dynamic-duo is always getting into trouble with Human Resources Representative, Cody Johnson, who seems to be the voice of reason when their efforts go horribly wrong.
Finance Director, Jim Herman, tends to be the behind-the-scenes driving force of some of Mitchell and D. Light’s acts of debauchery while receptionist Paige Peachy tries to stay positive and encouraging. No matter the time of day, Paige seems to have a smile on her face trying to improve office moral.
Lately, the office has decided to switch to LED, but that’s the extent of their decision-making. As issues arise, Mitchell and D. Light attempt to take it into their own hands to fix their lighting dilemmas, but instead cause more problems. Read the stories below to find out how you should and shouldn’t go about upgrading your office lighting.
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