- Taschenbuch: 106 Seiten
- Verlag: Trafford Publishing (5. August 2005)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1412056365
- ISBN-13: 978-1412056366
- Verpackungsabmessungen: 23,4 x 16 x 1 cm
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Identifying the Deviant at Work: A Companion for the Working Class Slave (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. August 2005
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Everyone wants to laugh about his job. No one has the time to delve into the cause and effect of work because..."it's just a job." So a good laugh sidesteps it all. A satire on the culture of the common worker, "IDW" takes a stab at working relationships and situations and how they can impact the quality of one's working life. Is anyone ever properly prepared and/or educated to deal with the daily challenges of being at work? Do you find you only have one response - a knee jerk reaction that acts like a boomerang? The every day grind parallels any dysfunctional relationship where one person sets all the rules and you only get to follow them. Most business books are geared toward management and career climbing. Well, there is no management and no career climbing without the working class. There are more workers sitting back to watch the comings and goings than those who make the decisions. The working class has its own problems dealing with one another, much like the monkeys at the bottom of the tree looking up at the rest of the monkeys climbing to the top. The group at the bottom looking up that tree says it all. "IDW" is a quick read that can be approached in a number of ways - by individual chapter, haiku, bullet points, or your own activity. Its chameleon-like quality is its mystique and is whatever you want it to be - edgy, coping, insightful, ridiculous. So during a break, on a plane, in the bathroom, waiting in line, you can keep yourself company. "IDW" is your secret pal.
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Anything you might be feeling at work but could not put into words, I found here. Sometimes a little warped, but a truth nonetheless. With the humor on top of it, it was any easy read and I looked forward to the asides.
If you are disgruntled and need to remove yourself from your situation for a moment, just settle in on a few pages. I would especially recommend this book to anyone who is just starting to work. It would save a few years of grief.