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Jan 24, 2010
And no points for guessing what the CEO gets paid for...
Lying to the shareholders and the employees..What else? :D
Jan 24, 2010
We did this every year when I was with a large national law firm. Whoever invents the biggest lies gets the biggest compensation. The only thing that was farther from the truth was next year's income budget. The expense budget was usually accurate to within 0.2% on every item; but the income people said they could produce NEXT year was a total fairy tale. If you haven't been there done that, Dilbert is just funny. If you've been there, it consistently hits very close to home. At least once a week I read Dilbert and say "That really happened where I worked!"
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Jan 24, 2010
Dunno why, but PHB's facial expression on panel 5 is hillarious.
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Jan 24, 2010
Sounds just like a U.S. Govt Contractors' meeting!
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