The Law of the Office: A Guide to the Culture of Working Nine to Five

The Law of the Office: A Guide to the Culture of Working Nine to Five

by Karen Farrington
     
 

Working in an office can be dull. The start time is always the same, you can set your clock by the tea trolley, lunch has a plastic taste to it and the last hour before knocking-off time is by far the longest of the day. Yet for the thousands of us locked into these administrative zoos it's a reality that can test the senses. So it is not entirely surprising that

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Working in an office can be dull. The start time is always the same, you can set your clock by the tea trolley, lunch has a plastic taste to it and the last hour before knocking-off time is by far the longest of the day. Yet for the thousands of us locked into these administrative zoos it's a reality that can test the senses. So it is not entirely surprising that the inmates of some of these zoos often behave like animals looking for trouble; sensing frailty in others; hungry for action; permitting base instincts to prevail. The law of the jungle can frequently be modified to apply to office workers with frequently hilarious results. Here's an A-Z to cover the law of the office covering everything from photocopying to groping, choosing one's friends and using a clipboard.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781861059123
Publisher:
Anova Books
Publication date:
10/28/2005
Pages:
150
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 5.60(h) x 0.49(d)

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