"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."