The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone

The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone
The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone (click images to enlarge)
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The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life from Capstone

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Switch on the business news and you will probably be bombarded withyet more workplace experts telling you that everyone nowadays isgrossly overworked, madly juggling their work-life balance untilthey finally keel over and die from the sheer stress of it all. Weall know that's right, don't we?

The real truth is that there are millions upon millions ofpeople who are actively disengaged from their jobs, who spendmonths and years sitting in offices doing next to nothing, lost inthe cracks of laughably inefficient and abysmally managed largeorganisations, their talents wasted and long forgotten. The LivingDead unmasks the myth of the workplace for the first time. It tellsthe truth. Not cloaked in humour, as in Dilbert and The Office, butin plain black and white.

The Living Dead will captivate anyone anywhere in the world whohas ever worked in a large office environment, or those who have agenuine desire to make people's working lives more productive andenjoyable.

Here are some astonishing statistics about office life youprobably never knew:

  • 40 per cent of all casual drugs users in the US (peoplewho use drugs just once a month) still choose to do it at work.19.6 per cent of people who take drugs at work do so at theirworkstation.
  • One in three mid-week visitors to the theme park Alton Towershas taken the day off work on a dishonest pretext.
  • One in five US workers has had sex with a co-worker during workhours. Full sex, that is. 44 per cent of men and 35 percent of women have had at least some sexual contact atwork.
  • One third of UK young professionals are hungover at least twicea week on working days. Two thirds admitted to having called insick due to alcohol at least once in the previous month.
  • 70 per cent of Internet porn sites are accessed during the 9 to5 working day.
  • More than half of the UK's 14.5 million pet owners say theywould need between two and five days off work to grieve for a deadpet, while 10 per cent said they would need as much as twoweeks.
  • Monday (23 per cent) and Friday (25 per cent) are the days mostcommonly taken off sick by UK employees. Wednesday is the mostrarely taken (8 per cent).
  • UK doctors receive 9 million 'suspicious' or 'questionable'requests each year for sick notes.
David Bolchover writes frequently on business and management issuesfor The Times and The Sunday Times as well as a number of othernational newspapers and specialist publications. His first book,The 90-Minute Manager, outlines the lessons which business managerscan learn from football managers. Previously, he was employed forseveral years in a large office. But now he wants to do somethingwith his life.

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