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Authorized adaptation from the original UK edition, entitled The Rules of Work,. Second Edition, by Richard Templar, published by Pearson Education Limited. "This is a definitive code for personal business success? Key points, concisely made, that can steer anyone through the minefield of office life." Management. Open eBook Preview · Store; The Rules of Work, Expanded Edition. The Rules of Work, Expanded Edition (eBook). by Richard Templar (Author). 47, Words.
Because of its domed glass ceiling that rose to a height of fourteen feet above their heads, the space had earned the nickname of the Solarium. The room also featured a forest of assorted indoor plants at its periphery.
Farrell shook his head. I counted.
Oh, except, of course, women. Farrell swallowed some wine. Farrell shrugged. I tell you, the sensitivity epidemic is out of control. Oh yeah, the new firm. But two months ago Farrell had been defeated going for his third term as DA, and at his wake of a victory party, which Gina and Hardy had both attended, someone had floated the idea of reconstituting the old firm—or what was left of it.
Hardy, who was looking to reduce his hours in any event, had followed up in a low-key yet persistent way, and now here they were. Assertions about his sensitivity notwithstanding, Farrell rather famously wore a themed T-shirt every day that always pushed the limit on that score.
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There were those among his political supporters who believed that this was what had eventually caught up with him and cost him the election. Hardy had been his best friend since they were beat cops together nearly forty years ago. Tall and broad, with a scar through both lips, milk chocolate skin, and blue eyes—his mother had been black and his father Jewish—Glitsky projected a threatening and, to some, even terrifying demeanor. Would you like to join us for lunch and talk about it?
Coming forward, he pulled one of the chairs back, stepping aside to hold it for Treya. Or does this little gathering smack of conspiracy? Or talking about it, anyway. Opening the brass-trimmed door to the circular lobby with its marble floor and upholstered wallpaper, he caught his breath for the next twelve steps up the ornately filigreed cast-iron spiral staircase that led to the first floor and its wide-open oval reception area.
Halfway across that space, on his way to his office, Hardy stopped again, made a face, and changed course. Seated behind the low wooden wall that delineated the workstation of his long-suffering secretary, Phyllis, sat another woman whose name, he was pretty sure, was Karen, the secretary to one of the junior associates.
He checked his watch. It was , long after Phyllis in the normal course of events would have returned from lunch—if she had taken one in the first place, which was a rare enough occurrence.
But what are you doing up here? Is Phyllis all right? Peek just asked me if I could handle the phones for a while and here I am. She had to leave unexpectedly.
I appreciate your flexibility. Oh, and when I get calls, would you please buzz me on the intercom to let me know who it is before you patch them through? But no.
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The revelation struck him that Phyllis was more valuable to him than he might have realized. And somehow, they do all these things without being unpleasant, breaking much of a sweat or seeming to put in excess effort. And when they are offered another step up the corporate ladder or a fabulous new job, no one is surprised.
After all, they have 'potential' written all over them. How do they do it?
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