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Cartoons: Office Observations

Published: May 9, 2012

Just another day at the office…hiring, firing, and dealing with nutty co-workers.

“Well—it breaks the routine!” from November 23, 1957


"Well—it breaks the routine!"
from November 23, 1957

 “How long have you been unemployed? I have never seen a resume prepared in needlepoint.” from November/December 2008


"How long have you been unemployed?
I have never seen a resume prepared in needlepoint."
from November/December 2008

 “Would it be possible for you to type with your keyboard on your desk like everybody else?” from October 1989


"Would it be possible for you to type with your keyboard on your desk
like everybody else?"
from October 1989

 “Cheney is semi-retired.” from March/April 1995


"Cheney is semi-retired."
from March/April 1995

“What we need is a man who can think for himself.” from March/April 1994


"What we need is a man who can think for himself."
from March/April 1994

 “Sorry, Mr. Heinsohn. I make it a practice never to hire anyone I’d be afraid to fire.” from April 1986


"Sorry, Mr. Heinsohn.
I make it a practice never to hire anyone I’d be afraid to fire."
from April 1986

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  • Mary A. Berger

    A resume prepared in needlepoint??? That cracked me up. A little too much free time on her hands. These cartoons are hilarious, and you do a terrific job of posting all of them. Nice going!