Guides you through the familiar universe of a modern office, exposing the aggressive alpha male, the prattling busybody, and other neurotic monsters that haunt our working lives. A fiendishly accurate exposé of beginning yet another murky, grey week, and a brilliant snapshot of 21st century office life.
Most of us suffer from the Monday morning feeling. That sinking sensation in the pit of your stomach that signals the start of a new working week. For some it even starts on Sunday morning. Or there are those for whom the whole week feels like Monday morning. Joep Schrijvers, the author of the international bestseller The Way of the Rat (150,000 copies sold worldwide), examines with his usual wit and brutality, the four emotions that are at the heart of the Monday morning feeling - sorrow, fear, disgust and anger. He points the finger at our bosses and colleagues whose mercy we are at, as they pursue status and money, reorganise at the drop of a hat, and defend their chair and department against all and everything. The Monday morning feeling is the inevitable companion of anyone who works in today's cut-throat corporate environment. In this book, Schrijvers provides understanding and a cup of comfort for the suffering majority. Bestselling author Joep Schrijvers tackles the "Monday morning feeling" that grips us all. The author's previous book was a huge bestseller (over 150,000 copies sold worldwide) and was described by Management Today as "not only extremely perceptive of human behaviour at work, but also fun to read." Essential reading for virtually everyone who suffers at the hands of "the corporation". Witty, funny and brutal - this book is set to become another cult book in the same vein as The Way of the Rat. Major lead title - huge review and feature coverage expected in national and business media.