It's Not Your Father's Workplace


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It's Not Your Father's Workplace
10102041010201 It's Not Your Father's Workplace10102011010204When Mad Men debuted, people were shocked by the world of 1960s corporate New York that it portrayed: three-martini lunches and drinking during meetings; groping of secretaries (usually called Honey or Sweetheart)—and secretaries actively covering up their bosses' dalliances; a glass ceiling for women that was about six inches off the floor; blatant racism; anti-Semitism; and homophobia. Men wore suits to work. It all seemed as alien as Rege…
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Bob Rosner; Allan Halcrow: Boss's Survival Guide: Workplace 911 for the Toughest Problems Today's Managers Face, Second Edition. It's Not Your Father's Workplace, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export