Don Joe, our secret agent in the corporate world, exposes the truth about senior managers.
This week I present my jargon dictionary (or “jargonary”). There are an awful lot of words that take on wholly different meanings in the confines of the office. Here’s my A-to-Z glossary of them.
Departments in big companies have an unspoken hierarchy. And typically it’s the same department at the bottom: facilities.
Aptitude tests are the first hurdle in the calisthenic catastrophe that is the hiring process. As my uncle used to say: “If you can’t put a person into boxes they’re not worth knowing.”
A lot of so called “corporate trainers” are like medical leeches: they do more harm than good when applied to healthy individuals.
This week Don Joe, author of Workforced and Real Business’s secret agent in the corporate world, gives us his amusing take on doing business in China.
Don Joe, our secret agent in the corporate world, gives us his hilarious guide to sending emails.
Don Joe is in the mood for love. Check out his hilarious (and occasionally offensive) take on romance in corporate dystopia.