Bored at Work? A Job Service Injected Its Spokeswoman Into Real Videos to Catch Your Eye

Temp staffing company Kelly Services taps Erich & Kallman to help target time wasters

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Who can resist YouTube snippets of monkeys getting their tiny heads massaged? All together now: Squee!

But if you’re soaking up charming yet mindless entertainment during work hours, chances are you do not love your 9-to-5 (or, more likely, 8-to-6). And that time filler is just diverting your attention from what you really need to do, says Kelly Services, a workforce company.

In short: Get a job that doesn’t suck.

Kelly, the Detroit-based staffing firm that pioneered the temp-work industry after World War II with its Kelly Girls, is now both latching onto and gently mocking viral videos with a new campaign launching today.



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