The Quarterly Oppressor
How to avoid hiring people who suffer from the delusion that they have value and deserve to be treated with respect.
Much like a dog or a small child, the dregs who haunt the cubicle foundation of a corporate empire need boundaries.
As any overlord worth his six figures will tell you, real information is best kept under lock and key.
Ever wonder what separates a real corporation from some schlub with a small business and a cheap lawyer? The answer is a mission statement.
They go by many names. Pencil pusher, stapler jockey, cubicle monkey. Here at The Oppressor, we call them slags.
Yes, lords and ladies, this edition marks the beginning of our 60th year of helping our readers oppress the working masses!