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"Here was the rule in my office: if I walk into the bathroom behind you and you [do not] change the toilet paper, I don’t care who you are, today’s your last day," Piyush Patel, founder of Oklahoma-based online training company Digital-Tutor, told Fast Company magazine.
Patel believes that before you take a job in a company, you should be checking its culture in its loos. That, he says, is a good indication of how a business respects its employees in their "most vulnerable space".