Office 101: An Illustrated Guide

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Apr 1, 2008 - Humor - 108 pages
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"If at first you don't succeed . . . destroy all evidence that you tried." --Office 101

A hip, photographically illustrated guide for cubicle slaves everywhere in any business setting, including the millions of office-bound college and high-school graduates.

Following the success of Life 101, Geoffrey Day-Lewis provides today's cubicle dwellers with tips for workplace survival in this professional primer--a complementary mix of thoughtful office insights and edgy, full-color photographs.

Ninety-six percent of the population is currently employed. Eighteen percent of the workforce logs in from home. That leaves seventy-eight percent of laborers who collaborate in office-based settings. To avoid the perils of un-professionalism and ensure you're not Dunder Mifflin-bound, Day-Lewis offers employable pointers for office workers everywhere:

  • "Many hands make light work."
  • "Make technology your friend."
  • "Always give 100 percent of yourself. Monday--2 percent, Tuesday--13 percent, Wednesday--29 percent, Thursday--21 precent, Friday--35 percent."
 

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  Geoffrey Day-Lewis is no stranger to the trials and tribulations of office life. His twisted sense of humor and generally irreverent perspective have made him astonishingly successful in his hometown of Auckland, New Zealand.

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