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Jul 9, 2014
And heart attacks count as well.

@EStz: true, but some of us had a different definition in mind for 'work'; something like 'consuming oxygen in the office'.
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Jul 9, 2014
Since the PHB is the problem the answer to fixing everything is obvious.....so, who do you think would be willing to take out the contract on him?
Jul 9, 2014
One must admit, PHB's logic is inarguable. No personal life = no personal problems.
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Jul 9, 2014
@R3sistance Being organized and planning ahead can work against you, because the boss thinks you don't have enough to do. I used to spend a lot of time setting up systems and calendars so it wouldn't take so much time do actually do the job. I worked in offices where events recurred annually, so this did save a lot of time. But the employees who didn't have as much to do, but didn't plan so took longer to do it, were seen as the better workers. They were always busy digging out of their chaos. I am so glad I am retired.
Jul 9, 2014
PHB logic - I'll give 'em more work to keep their minds off personal problems.
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