Trevor Currie sends this photo of an emotionally intelligent sign, which he snapped at Toronto General Hospital.
I love it! I’m always amused by the signs in restaurant/grocery store restrooms that state the employees must wash their hands. Feels like there is an implied “for all others, washing is optional” aspect to the sign.
It makes me think of one of my former employers. The bathrooms on the botton floor had “Please Wash your hands” signs while the second floor (the one I worked on) didn’t.
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