Makework

make-work [meyk-wurk] –noun work, usually of little importance, created to keep a person from being idle or unemployed. Origin: 1935–40, Americanism ;  n. use of v. phrase make work Sadly, I see this every day.  The building I am in just had the outside repainted.  It wasn’t in disrepair or dirty.  I looked at it before and … Continue reading Makework