A boss has been left astounded after an employee completed an 'impossible' task, which meant the team could finish early. Watch the impressive feat here:
First there's the testing of a four-day working week, and now, some lucky employees are allowed to get out of work early by playing a game of golf? Count me in.
On Friday, 10 June, the manager of AT&T in Dallas, Texas, challenged his employees to a putting challenge. And the reward? An early release into the weekend.
However, what he certainly wasn't expecting was one employee to actually complete the 'impossible' task.
The stakes were set high, with employees being told they could leave a whole three hours early at 2:00pm opposed to 5:00pm if they managed to complete the challenge.
The aim of the 'impossible' task was to hit a golf ball down the corridor and into a plastic cup.
Sales executive Malik Robinson explained: "We were so confused at first. My manager had a megaphone and told everyone to line up in the hallway."
While I would have to train for months in preparation, one employee, named Josh Lucas, proved to be a natural.
Much to everyone's surprise and delight - as just the second player to take on the challenge - Josh managed to 'smoothly' guide the ball along the corridor and into the cup.
Malik recorded the impressive feat and the video shows the rest of the team 'erupt[ing]' in joy.
Malik noted: "It was like we were celebrating winning a championship game! We didn't think anybody would be able to do it.
"It was hilarious and so exciting."
In the video, after his impressive win, Josh can be heard telling his fellow teammates: "Let's go home!"
Malik reflected how the challenge didn't appear anywhere 'near feasible' and has since branded his colleague a 'hero'.
"After it, pretty much everyone got their bags and headed out. We got him some drinks at the bar later that night.
"It'd be great to have something like this every Friday," he said.
The video has since gone viral and been viewed over four million times and Malik noted how the feedback has been 'so positive'.
Users were quick to congratulate Lucas on his win and another commended the challenge as being 'brilliant from a leadership perspective'.
"Community, connection and reward. Love this!" they said.
Michael Francis, the sales director at AT&T, reflected: "A little friendly golf competition on a Friday is just one way we bond as a team at AT&T! It was so inspiring to see the team's energy go viral."
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Topics: US News
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