Posted by: Admin | November 22, 2011

Are you a workaholic?

First into the office and last out? Planning to die with your boots on, at your desk? No? Better take a break then. If you feel you  are on an ever faster-moving train, take note of this cautionary tale:

We all know that it’s possible to feel lonely in a crowd, or to feel isolated at work. But I think we’d all hope and expect that we’re not really invisible to those around us. So how on earth did this happen?

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Stand up and be counted, guys, before it’s too late!



  1. God. I seem to remember one of those ‘humorous’ signs you could buy in the 70’s that said, something to the effect of ‘Please take your lunch break in order that the management can differentiate between death and natural movement of the staff’

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