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The saddest and most touching portrait of a company department in down-sizing crisis, at least that I've read, was Joshua Ferris'sThen We Came to the End: A Novel. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Pop Bop
Very funny, and with a point too! Reminded me of Dilbert, but far more fleshed-out, and even more the TV show "Better Off Ted"Published 27 days ago by Matthew Garcia
I read Lexicon from Max Barry and i loved it!
This book was complete disappointing after that.
"Company" is a funny, breezy read. The characters are relatable as is the premise to anyone who works in an office environment. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Greg Procter
A wicked satire about the corporate world. Filled with downsizing, reorganization, consolidation and meaningless work. Rampant disrespect for the workers abide. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lucie Carter Lopez
My company has just been going through a change and this book really hit home. Hilarious!Published 6 months ago by Jamie B
We actually listened to this offering on CD rather than the book, but the message remains the same.
Many of my reviews are longer, but this one can be more succinct... Read more
I found this book a bit tedious. The story - which I think is supposed to be a comedic satire about a large corporation - is about a new employee who soon discovers that the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbara Saffer
Maybe too close to the mark. If you've worked for a poorly run organization you might find yourself howling out loud. Perhaps don't read in public places.Published 12 months ago by Adam Waese