Office Merfolology

Clyde’s law.

If you need to do something, and you postpone this work long enough, then there is a chance that someone else will do it instead of you.

Owen’s Law.

If you are a good worker, you will be entrusted with all the work. If you are a really good worker, you will be able to quickly get away from it.

The Shend Law.

The more effectively a project is made, the more likely it is that it will have to be redone.

Lemma of Grossman.

Any worthwhile business worth making yesterday.

Advanced search law.

The first place from which to start looking for any loss is the last place you expect to find it.

The law of Buba.

Disappearance is always found in the last of the places you are looking at.

Hampton’s Reign.

The problem of doing the right thing for the first time is that no one estimates to the full how difficult it is.

Oyen’s observation.

The fastest way to find anything is to start looking for something else.

Marianne Law.

You can always find what you are not looking for.

First law of McGee.

It’s amazing how long it takes to do what you do not do yourself.

Pintow Law.

Do someone a favor – and that will be your job.

Laws of postponing and postponement of terms.

1. Transferring the deadline allows you to reduce the amount of work and shift responsibility for their completion to someone else (for example, a leader who has set a new deadline).

2. Transferring the deadline reduces the concern of developers, because the expected quality of the project is reduced from the best of all possible approaches to the best of those that can be expected in such a limited time.

3. When transferring a term, a person acquires an elevated status in others’ and ones own eyes, since it is assumed that the increased stress is justified by the significance of this work.

4. Usually due to postponement, it is possible to prevent pauses in work, including for performing errands, so that a clearly overloaded employee can concentrate on performing a single task.

5. Moving the deadline for the task does not let people get bored; they never feel that they are not assigned anything important.

6. Transferring a deadline can generally make this work unnecessary if the need for it disappears before it can be completed.

Six Laws of Office Merfolology.

1. Important letters that do not contain any errors will necessarily generate errors in the mail.

2. Office equipment that functions flawlessly during a normal working day will fail when you want to use it for personal purposes in the evening.

3. The out-of-service office equipment will work fine as soon as the specialist for his repair arrives.

4. Envelopes and stamps that do not want to get stuck will themselves stick to different subjects when you do not want to.

5. Vital papers will show their viability, spontaneously moving from the place where you left them, to where you can not find them.

6. On the last of those who left work or are fired, they will be liable for all the existing flaws – until the next employee leaves or is fired.

Jerome’s Law for business letters.

If there are two possible ways of writing a name, you will choose the wrong one.

The rule of the inner clock of a person.

On Friday, after 16 hours and 40 minutes, no document can be clearly understood.

The organizational principle of Tillis.

If you put this in a folder, you will know where it is, but you will never need it.

If you do not put this in a folder, you will need it, but you will not know where it is.

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