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Pleasure Island - A Corporate Picaresque By Pete Byrne
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“Pleasure Island” is a novel based on a nearly 35-year working life in the madness, absurdity and surprisingly rewarding bureaucratic world of a late 20th Century American corporation.... More > Our Hero, of sorts, is an utterly inauspicious candidate for management. After 14-years as an hourly worker on rotating shift-work, he makes his first move of many, discovering quickly that he’s not the only faker with a glass-walled office. Caught between the unrealistic demands from above and the almost unmovable inertia of many of his legacy employees, he survives and even prospers, despite himself.< Less
Real Life Memoirs of a Corporate Slave: the Dirty Reality of The Lack of Moral Standards and Company Ethics Hidden Behind Many Corporations' and Industries' Public Image. By Erin Daily
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Corporations. Profit. Power. Image. Lies. Despite a recent slight public shift in perception of corporations, the public has yet to really see the ugly truth regarding the lack of ethics and... More > morality, that are present in many many billion dollar corporations and industries that have traditionally been held in high-esteem. Real life Memoirs of a Corporate Slave is a snapshot of the life of Erin Daily who spent 16 years working for corporations across different industries and witnessing the ugly truths of what happens behind closed doors. Get ready to go down the rabbit hole as Erin's memoirs reveal the truly shocking behaviour and corporate lack of ethics -- which will at best change your viewpoint on the much advertised images corporations want you to believe -- and at the worst shock you to the core.< Less
Revolver in the Parking Lot: Notes on Surviving in Corporate America By Aaron Bryant
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The relentless churning wheels of the new American Century of Business grind most heavily on the “common working man” these days what with lower wages, less vacation time, massive... More > corporations, shrinking benefit packages, and tenuous job security. Yet, it seems we while away the hours, days, and years at the corporate grindstone for little more than subsistence living without really asking, “Why?” However, the very canary in this the vast corporate coal mine of shame and degradation, a venerable salesman has compiled great lessons of wisdom within his final manuscript and memoir: Revolver in the Parking Lot: Notes on Surviving in Corporate America. You will hear of his tales and trials on the road truly discovering the foul nature of business in America, and the possibility for what can be for the seeker of true meaning and purpose in life.< Less
War Memoirs By Winston Gray
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War Memoirs: Corporal William Dale and The Boys of Stewart Town (The British West Indies Regiment). This is the story of William Dale, taking you from his enlistment to his discharge, during The... More > Great War (World War One). Herein you will read riveting stories of war, friendship, and loss.< Less
War Memoirs By Winston Gray
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War Memoirs: Corporal William Dale and The Boys of Stewart Town (The British West Indies Regiment). This is the story of William Dale, taking you from his enlistment to his discharge, during The... More > Great War (World War One). Herein you will read riveting stories of war, friendship, and loss.< Less
Corporate Lunacy; Behind the Scenes of America's Worst Gas Station, Revised Edition By Rob Clooney
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Penalizing managers who sell too much gas? Inappropriate relationships? Discriminatory Practices? It's just another day at the inconvience stores of "Slowway". The revised edition includes... More > bonus material previously unreleased, including a new final chapter. Join Rob, an accomplished amateur and professional wrestler, as he climbs the ranks of corporate America while he questions the motives of his supervisors. Follow Rob Clooney facebook.com/AuthorRobClooney twitter.com/clooney_rob< Less
Corporate Lunacy; Behind the Scenes of America's Worst Gas Station, Revised Edition By Rob Clooney
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Penalizing managers who sell too much gas? Inappropriate relationships? Discriminatory Practices? It's just another day at the inconvenience stores of "Slowway". The revised edition... More > includes bonus material previously unreleased, including a new final chapter. Join Rob, an accomplished amateur and professional wrestler, as he climbs the ranks of corporate America while he questions the motives of his supervisors. Follow Rob Clooney facebook.com/AuthorRobClooney twitter.com/clooney_rob< Less
Corporate Prisoner: One Man’s Journey to Freedom and Lessons Learned By J. Paul Kingston
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Do you work in a hostile environment where there is backstabbing, unreasonable work quotas, favoritism, and poor communication? You might want to consider yourself fortunate … because it... More > could be worse. It certainly was for J. Paul Kingston, when he found out that the executive position he’d held at his bank was being eliminated. Suddenly, he found himself trying to maneuver his way into a different job at the bank at age thirty eight. At the time, he was a prisoner shackled by corporate comforts and false security, but even after the ambush, he still didn’t realize it. In this memoir, he recalls moving into an office half the size of his former one and facing hopeless odds to rise to his former status. The ordeal, however, gave him the impetus to pursue self-employment and live up to his full potential. Find out how he plotted his escape from a job that was sucking the life out of him and made the transition to determining his own destiny.< Less
Corporate Prisoner: One Man’s Journey to Freedom and Lessons Learned By J. Paul Kingston
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Do you work in a hostile environment where there is backstabbing, unreasonable work quotas, favoritism, and poor communication? You might want to consider yourself fortunate … because it... More > could be worse. It certainly was for J. Paul Kingston, when he found out that the executive position he’d held at his bank was being eliminated. Suddenly, he found himself trying to maneuver his way into a different job at the bank at age thirty eight. At the time, he was a prisoner shackled by corporate comforts and false security, but even after the ambush, he still didn’t realize it. In this memoir, he recalls moving into an office half the size of his former one and facing hopeless odds to rise to his former status. The ordeal, however, gave him the impetus to pursue self-employment and live up to his full potential. Find out how he plotted his escape from a job that was sucking the life out of him and made the transition to determining his own destiny.< Less
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