Synopses & Reviews
With the continuing success of Dilbert strips, books, and merchandising, it's clear to everyone in the workplace that corporate America isn't what it used to be. This humorous instructional book provides readers with tips on how to impress their bosses and upper management without brown-nosing; how to handle tricky situations and cover their assets; how to get that long-awaited promotion; how to ask for that much-needed raise; how to break the bad news to a superior that they've screwed up; how to work with people at their level or below; what to do when treated unfairly by superiors; how to stay clear of water cooler gossip; and much more.
You're no idiot, of course. You get your work done on time, know better than to insult your boss's wardrobe, and always volunteer for overtime when it's crunch time. But when it comes to getting ahead in the game of office politics, you feel like you'll always be last on the totem pole. Don't crawl under your desk just yet! The Complete Idiot's Guide to office Politics shows you how to navigate the turbulent waters of your company's politcal ocean without drowning. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get: