Please Fire Me (Google eBook)

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Kensington Publishing Corp., May 1, 2011 - Humor - 256 pages
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If you work in the kind of place where your boss's door is always open, the coffee is always refilled, and professionalism reigns, then kindly put down this book and throw yourself off something very tall. If years of being frustrated by arrogant douche bags and mental pygmies have left you ready to burn the world to the ground while laughing, then prepare to discover someone actually has it worse.

Inspired by the hugely popular website, Please Fire Me is

"A venting ground for the malemployed." --Thrillist

"A really funny, bitchy co-worker." --The L Magazine

Read hilarious workplace horror stories and follow the PFM guide to surviving the corporate machine.

"Your boss is illiterate, your co-worker eats her own hair--whine it all out on Please Fire Me."--Details.com

"Read Please Fire Me and be happy your job isn't that bad." --Smart Pretty and Awkward

"Hilarious." --Times & Transcript

  

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User Review  - Jess1rph - LibraryThing

I won this book through the LibraryThing early reader program. I must say that from the cover and the name of this book, I really expected a funny book. This was not the case. The majority of the ... Read full review

Review: Please Fire Me: Posts from the Revolting Workplace

User Review  - Emily Leathers - Goodreads

Dreadful, barely made it into the second chapter. Skipped to a few bits further on and failed to find anything worthwhile, then put it down in disgust. This is the only bad book I've ever gotten from the Mission Bay reference librarian picks - I wonder if it was there by mistake. Read full review

Contents

Powerpoint the Finger at Them
1
A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Copy and Paste
27
An Inconvenient Truth
53
Benefits Handbooks
67
ClockOut Its Revolution Time
91
Recruitment
105
CustomerTraining Seminar
117
Prank Your Coworkers LOL
129
The Human Revolutionaries Department
151
Women of the Revolution
161
The Forgotten Cog
175
Suck It Enemies
195
Conclusion
207
Acknowledgments
215
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About the author (2011)

Jill Morris is a licensed psychoanalyst with a doctorate in clinical psychology and a certified group psychotherapist. She lives in New York.

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