New Pixar Employees Required To Watch Adorable Sexual Harassment Video

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New Pixar Employees Required To Watch Adorable Sexual Harassment Video

EMERYVILLE, CA—According to sources within Pixar Studios, all new employees were required Monday to view an adorable eight-minute animated short about sexual harassment that featured Luxo, the company's iconic hopping desk lamp, and a slinking mustachioed glove known as Fingers. "Through the delightful misadventures of Fingers, our employees learn what types of behavior are and are not acceptable in the workplace," said human resources administrator Lydia Price, referring to a scene in which Fingers rubs up against Luxo, repeatedly flicks her light switch on and off, and cups her bulb inappropriately. "And thanks to Pixar's stunning visuals and heartwarming storylines, our sexual harassment film can be enjoyed by adults and children alike." While most new hires gave the video a positive review, they were less enthusiastic about the company's 401(k)-allocation buddy film, Matchy & Roth.


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