Despite the general consensus, Mondays are officially NOT our least productive day in the office. Studies have shown that workplace motivation is at its lowest point at the very middle of the week. A Wednesday afternoon.
However, steel company Caparo in the West Midlands have managed to combat the mid-week blues by initiating a rather intuitive scheme to their workforce.
'It's so much fun! Ever since our director enforced Kevin Nash Wednesdays we can't wait to get to work in the morning. Wednesdays are quickly becoming my favourite day!' said Sarah, an admin assistant who mostly opts for the classic Kevin Nash look.
'It's just something fun to take our mind off all the horrible things in the world. War, terrorism, e-coli. Dressing up as Kevin Nash once a week does wonders for your soul.' explained Operations Manager Jim Francis, who at the time of the interview sported a faded NWO shirt and baggy leather pants which tassles either side.
'Sometimes it can be difficult to think of a new costume each week, but Kevin Nash has had so many looks that there's always something new to offer. Dave in Accounts is giving it large about how he's going for the mid 2000s WWE Kevin Nash look next week. I can't wait to see what that's like!'
'I really hope this scheme catches on. There's a few other workplaces on our industrial estate that are thinking of adopting it. Richard Baker over at Midland Steel is trying to get a DX theme going for his staff! Could you imagine that? Incredible!'
The Caparo founder was unable to comment as he recently committed suicide by jumping from his apartment balcony to his unnecessary death.