Cube Monkeys: A Handbook for Surviving the Office Jungle

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HarperCollins, Sep 18, 2007 - Humor - 160 pages
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You drag yourself to work wearing your office uniform, complete with khaki pants and sense of impending doom. After grabbing a cup of the office sludge, you settle in with your fellow cube dwellers and wonder: How will I last another day in this freaky corporate jungle?

Cheaper than therapy, Cube Monkeys is your secret weapon to surviving the longest 40 hours of the week. Wanna get the overachieving intern fired? Don't know how to tell the Stink Bomb down the hall he needs a scrub a dub dub? Afraid you may have told off the boss after your fifth margarita at last night's happy hour? Need a handy list of excuses good for any occasion? Look no further. The editors of CareerBuilder.com and Second City Communications have answers to your most pressing office survival questions, as well as advice, tips, and more to help you make it through the day without killing anyone. (Well, maybe the intern will take a hit. But that little snitch had it coming.)

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Contents

Combating Claustrophobia in Cubicle Land
15
Managing the Monkey in the Next Cube
23
Bossology
41
Copyright

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CareerBuilder.com, America's largest online job site, has more than 22 million unique visitors per month and powers the job search centers for more than 1,000 partners, including 150 newspapers.

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