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Work more to earn more, or work less without getting caught? Open Space is a biting portrait of office life: interdepartmental wars, the pressure of hierarchy, and underpaid, overexploited interns. In 46 hilarious pages, James demolishes stubborn bosses, incompetent IT guys, an out of touch Human Resources department, cynical financial managers, aggressive salesmen, cocky higher-ups and every single other power relationship that makes office life such a wonderful world. Unlike many satires from writers with no clue of what they're talking about, the author spent 10 years in a public relations agency working for Microsoft and other big clients -- he knows the drill!