One million tiny plays about work

Taylor, Craig
July 2010
People Management;7/29/2010, p42
The article presents the text of a conversation between two women employees which took place in the copy room of a business located near Charing Cross in the city of London in England, in which they discussed about a resignation letter which will be given to an employee and the person who will replace him.


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