Being a demon is not as easy as people think. You might think that a day in the life of a hell spawn might involve some torture, stoking the everlasting flames of hellfire, roasting those who were unfortunate enough to end up here, plus some more gory torture for good measure.
Like most jobs these days, demoning requires an u healthy amount of paperwork.
After a number of embarrassing mistakes, mainly by the younger demons in the incoming processing team, extra checks were now commonplace. Identities had to be checked before daily torturing could begin. Some demons also had to create records to ensure that everyone was catered for. Some of the more sentiment beings were noticing that they were getting more attention than others. Record keeping was introduced to ensure everyone got their fair share of being disintegrated and reformed to be tortured again.
Demons were also being put on targets and had key performance indicators measured on a regular basis. For some reason, the powers that be were not convinced that they were getting quality work, so they added additional overhead by having the demons in the fire pit measure pain levels both before and after.
There were rumours that the team responsible for producing the lava that was poured into people's earholes were executed after their workload was moved offshore to another of the levels of hell. Sure, the lava was made a little quicker, but was it good quality lava? The masters didn't care, as long as it was still able to burn flaming holes through skulls.
Sure. Being a demon used to be fun.