Life in the office is not just about getting the best job. To survive in an office you need lots of other skills, and this book provides unique and practical advice, even for situations you have never imagined.
'How To Do Just About Everything In The Office' is a best seller because of its unique take on offering practical advice whatever the subject. This book has selected the most appropriate (and sometimes the most inappropriate) hints for office survival and success. It is no dull office manual, however, because that is not the real life in the office. For every task there are clear step-by-step instructions, helpful tips and warnings, and useful lists of things you will need to complete each task, along with useful checklists and charts.
Do buy this book if you want to (or have to): -Ask for a pay rise; Write a mission statement; Clean a coffee maker; Ask someone for a date; Practise dancing for the office party; Exercise in the office; Tie a tie; Stop worrying.
But don't expect the answers to such job-threatening issues as the cost of a first class stamp, the dialling code for Turkmenistan or the cheapest supplier of paperclips.