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- Working Life. Allerton, Haidee E. // Training & Development;Jun99, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p72
Features several stories that happen at work. Dutch companies' supply of bicycles to their employees; Suggested fun jobs; Apprehension of an instructor while he was training police officers on how to track warrants.
- on margin. // Finance Week;2/28/2005, p90
Presents several anecdotes in business published in the March 2, 2005 issue of "Finance Week."
- POST SCRIPTS. Lee, Kris; Curnane, James; Beckman, Martha J.; Cooley, Bobbie Mae; Kovinow, Muriel; Bailey, Arleen C.; Leiby, G. Sterling; Smith, Lida; Bergman, George E.; LaMance, Thomas; Gilbert, Carolyn; Walsh, Frank; Black, H. Duane; Walsh, Ruth M.; Hedd, A. Richard; Thomas, Agnes W.; Ghigna, Charles; Wade, Evelyn Amuedo; Maloney, Patricia; Brandi, Diane // Saturday Evening Post;Nov86, Vol. 258 Issue 8, p34
The article presents several jokes on Persian cats, marriage, and babies.
- THE mortgage MOLE. // Mortgage Strategy;11/6/2006, p106
The article presents funny stories of the mortgage mole depicting situations from people connected to the industry. One story tells the departure of employees from the Mortgage Strategy to transfer work on other companies. Another relates an event that happened at the kitchen of a hotel when...
- ABBOTT & COSTELLO'S COMPUTER ROUTINE, PART II. // Power Engineering;Jun2004, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p108
Presents an anecdote on computer software for financial management in business.
- BADINAGE. Andrews, Bruce // BRW;2/3/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p82
Presents anecdotes from Australia.
- Importance of Maintaining a Sense of Humor. // Importance of Maintaining a Sense of Humor;Feb2012, p1
Video Length: One minute and 44 seconds. A personal example about how maintaining a sense of humor in the business world is important to having good customer relationships.
- Called to Account. Sands, Rose // Saturday Evening Post;Jan/Feb1980, Vol. 252 Issue 1, p82
Presents a humor anecdote about the treasures of a late millionaire.
- The Perfect Squelch. Croft, L. B. // Saturday Evening Post;5/14/1949, Vol. 221 Issue 46, p129
The article presents an anecdote about a family who has just transferred their residence into a strange town. During their first social gathering, the father, backed by doughty old dowager against the wall, was asked about his private life and background. The woman asked if how many children...