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Confession is good for the soul, but bad for your career.
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Xerox never comes up with anything original.
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To err is human. To forgive is not company policy.
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No man goes before his time. Unless, of course, the boss leaves early.
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I like work it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours.
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A new supply of round tuits has arrived and are available from your secretary.
Anyone who has been putting off work until they got a round tuit now has no excuse for further procrastination.
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Rules:
(1) The boss is always right.
(2) When the boss is wrong, refer to rule 1.
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I overheard two dissatisfied colleagues talking today, one was saying that he was going to work for Euro Disney because he was fed up with his present job and wanted to work for a real Mickey Mouse Operation.
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Having just received a great promotion, John was excited about his new position, new status and new office. He was checking through the desk vacated by his predecessor when he came upon a letter, attached to three envelopes, made out to him. The letter told him that if he got into trouble he should open the first envelope. "Make sure you open them in order and only if there is a real emergency," warned the letter. John laughed but filed the envelopes away. Sure enough, within a month he felt the heat and decided to give envelope number one a chance. He opened it and it said, "Blame your predecessor!" So John went to his boss and told him how the bum he had replaced had messed things up and that it would take him time to get things back on track. And, with hard work, he did get the problems resolved. Everything went fine for several more months before, once again, all hell broke loose. In desperation, John opened the second letter. It advised him to "Reorganize!" So John went to his boss and told him the solution would mean a drastic reorganization. After this was done relative calm prevailed. But the day inevitably came when another disaster struck. With trembling hands, John opened the third, and final, envelope. The advice? "Make up three more envelopes!"

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