Married But Available

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HarperCollins Publishers India, Jun 6, 2012 - Fiction - 280 pages
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The much awaited sequel to the bestselling Mediocre But Arrogant The first ten years are the most eventful, they say, in anybody's working life. They certainly are in the case of Abbey, who walks into a job at Balwanpur Industries, fresh from B-school. Working in HR is fun, he soon discovers. What isn'tis the fact that there's hardly anybody in the company who doesn't have a view of who Abbey is and what Abbey does-or should do. Add to this the complications of being newly married to a woman more successful than he is, a crusty boss, and a sudden turn in the company's fortunes that catches Abbey unawares. It's up to him now, to apply all that HR wisdom learnt in business school to the dilemmas confronting him at work and in love. Can he hold down his job or will it end the way his marriage threatens to-rapidly and without too many regrets?

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Abhijit Bhaduri (http://abhijitbhaduri.com) has led Human Resources teams in several organizations, including Microsoft, PepsiCo, Colgate and Tata Steel. He has been a radio jockey and hosted shows in India and the US and has also dabbled in amateur theatre.

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