Office Dirty Tricks: 50 Ways to Sabotage Your Coworkers and Bluff Your Way to the Top

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2000 - Humor - 112 pages
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"Hard work is its own reward." NOT! Managers love to post these little nuggets of inspiration around the office, but they forget to mention that you have to work the meaning of this nonsense out for yourself. They also forget that you have to ruminate on these bits of baloney while sitting in a small, mind-numbing cubicle while a computer slowly fries your brain. Yep, if you want to get ahead, you're gonna need help. You need an edge-a guiding light to lead you in the right direction. Having some dirty tricks up your sleeve won't hurt either. And that's exactly what Office Dirty Tricks is all about. Get the inside track on the Brown-Nosed Kneeler and the Cubicle-Nesting Time Killer. Learn the real office rules: An Eye for an Eye, Pucker Up, Pass the Buck, and Denial Is Your Friend. Plus, a bonus super-stealth squirting calculator is included.


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Hunter S. Fulghum is the author of Like Father, Like Son, but more important, he's a longtime office employee with a great sense of humor. He also writes a personal technology section for the Seattle Times.

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