One million tiny plays about work

November 2010
People Management;11/11/2010, p58
This section presents a conversation between two women, Vanessa and Susie, who stand near the stationery room of a company in Norwich, England. Vanessa repeatedly asked Susie about how to react with the announcement of the former employee's promotion. Vanessa recalled the time when she won the best fancy dress prize at the Christmas party. They also talked about having wisdom and power with a new position.


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