At the upper echelons of the corporate hierarchy are senior managers, most of whom old enough that they're applauded after telling you how old they are. I look forward to counting 'not being dead' as an achievement.
There are an awful lot of words that take on wholly different meanings in the confines of the office. This Jargonary includerizes the A-Z list of the most common ones!
<p>Departments in big companies have an unspoken hierarchy. The hierarchy changes a bit in different companies but typically it's the same department at the bottom: Facilities. Facilities is the bedrock on which every other department poops.</p>
Aptitude tests are the first hurdle in the calisthenic catastrophe that is the hiring process. If you can't put a person into boxes, they're not worth knowing.
As I entered the elevator at work after the balding man, a cumulus cloud of fetid tripe emerged. It smelt worse than a manure truck parked in the sun.
A lot of the training instructors that parasitize large corporations are like medical leeches: they do more harm than good when applied to healthy individuals.
To save you from having to read Confucius and improve your maths, here are the basic principles of what you need to know to do business in China.
I can hardly claim to have not spambushed others: let he who is without sin send the first email. Bearing this in mind, here is my guide to sending emails.
I'm used to being passed over for promotion by my peers but today took the biscuit. Today they interviewed a candidate whose name was Schmuck.