Dino and Stacy

How valued are you at work? Check the toilet.
How valued are you at work? Check the toilet.

A new study says that 93% of employees think the state of their office bathroom reflects how much the company values its workers.

Here at SUNNY 95, we must be extremely valued. We have a MENS and WOMENS room.  But we also have several UNISEX bathrooms that have more of a private “at home” feel to them. My only complaint is that apparently some people must be disgusting in their “at home” bathrooms because those are ones that are frequently a mess and cause me to do an about face and seek another refuge for bathroom activity.

And then there’s the “bathroom at the end of the hall.” A bathroom that was left out of any remodeling over the years.  Its in the back of the building, next to all the complicated machinery that keeps us on the air. It’s stark and old with exposed pipes and ancient fixtures. There’s a sign on it that says CLOSED – DO NOT USE.  So, of course I use it and secretly still do. It’s almost like my own personal bathroom here at the station and to keep it that way, I sometimes spin a fictitious yarn about how somebody died in “that bathroom” back in the day when our COLUMBUS RADIO GROUP was just a lowly AM signal. I’m sure its the original bathroom. And until I hit “send” on this blog, it’s still MY bathroom.

Contact Dino & Stacy


Phone: 614-273-2658

Email: Mornings@sunny95.com.

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