This compilation of further stories from the ›business class‹ looks at the self-servicing mentality of top management. At the enormous efforts made to take a real break, for once. At autistic decision-makers and their polar opposite – bosses who would genuinely like to be modern, but are constantly held back by their staff. At people's willingness to feel sexually harassed. At managers sitting in the lotus position. And, time and again, at the infinitesimal gradations on the career scale and those seemingly trivial yet highly symbolic gestures that influence one's chances of promotion or demotion upon it.
»Martin Suter's commentaries on the world of management comprise a menagerie of everyday Western culture: caustic, competent, funny.«Literaturen