One million tiny plays about work

Taylor, Craig
September 2009
People Management;9/24/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p54
The article presents a conversation between two women at a cafe in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England. Their conversation focuses on things that relate to work. One of the women has already resigned from the company while the other is still affiliated. The two women were talking about various people at their company including a woman who was described as foul, mean-spirited, and envious of anyone's success. The woman who resigned from the company was wondering why the other has managed to stay long in the company.


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