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By the author of THE DILBERT PRINCIPLE another book featuring Dilbert and his cohorts, Dogbert, Ratbert and the Boss who evolved from Adams' personal experience of corporate culture as an applications ...

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Excellent

Great book

Did you find yourself in it?

The Joy of Work. Dilbert's Guide to Finding Happiness at the Expense of Your Co-Workers has to be one of the best books Scott Adams has ever written. In my, opinion, of course. But then, that's what Ciao reviews are all about, our opinions! This book should be required reading for every business...

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Good

“The workplace has gone mad”

published 23/01/2006

Finding pranks you can use at work

Some parts can be a bit boring

I came across this book when I borrowed it from my brother two years ago, I seem to still have it......oh well I'm sure he has another copy by now. It is written by Scott Adams who is the author of three other books, The Dilbert principle, Dogbert's top secret management handbook and The Dilbert...

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Super

“Great fun!”

published 14/07/2000

Fun and interesting

Heavy on reader emails

Everybody wonders how they can best play tricks on their workmates, and thanks to the Joy of Work's magnificent office pranks chapter, we now have dozens of fun pranks to use. Scott Adams is witty and sarcastic as usual, and it is great to read. However, I felt that Adams had not put his usual...

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Excellent

Very accurate, plenty of laugh-out-loud moments

Good luck trying to read it at work during lunch!

“The Joy of Work” is simply one of the funniest books I have ever read. Furthermore it was given to me at a time when I was really fed up with my job, so a light-hearted look at the workplace was very much needed. The book has it all. Filled with laugh-out loud moments and cartoon illustrations...

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Excellent

“The Joy(?) Of Work”

published 06/09/2004

A fantastic book

It's not free for office workers

“The Joy Of Work” is a brilliant look into the world of the office, giving practical and funny advice on how to remain sane during office hours. If I ever actually bother to get a job, then a copy of this book will sit in my desk draw all day and be used just when I feel like killing the next...

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Super

“Funny and true.”

published 21/06/2000

Hilarious

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For all of us who work in an office every day, this book is going to ring just a little bit too close to home. This is a hilarious take on modern office life, expounding the idea that the worst rise to the top, and giving strategies for avoiding those awful assigments you're always stuck with...

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