Office Merfolology

Laws of Franco for any jobs.

If you like what you are doing, it means that you are more likely to do it the wrong way.

The Law of Perkin.

On the back, they slap just a few centimeters above where they kick the ass.

Rafael Business Law.

The less work your subordinates have, the slower they make it.

Chandler’s Law.

The more shit you are willing to endure, the more shit you will have.

Moseley’s Law.

Accidents occur in situations where two people try to be smart at the same time.

Lampner’s Law for Employees.

When you leave work late, no one will notice you. When you leave work early, then you will certainly find yourself in the parking lot with your bosses.

Robinson’s Law.

The guy you “did” when taking the best parking spot will be the boss you went to for a job interview.

Otto’s law.

When the boss glances casually at your desk, you are always engaged in some nonsense.

The Law of Benchley.

Everyone is able to perform any amount of work, provided that it is not about the work that he must perform on duty.

Law of Champaign.

If you are not able to do the assigned work within the first 24 hours, you will have to work in the evenings and even at night.

The Law of Harry.

When you do not know what to do, you need to walk fast and look worried.

Corridor rule.

You can go where you want, if you look serious and carry a folder under your mouse.

The first law of business letters.

Never ask two questions in a business letter at once. In the answer message, only the one that interests you less will be considered, and they will not write a word about the other.

The principle of impoverishment after rises.

After any salary increase, you will have less money remaining than the end of the month.

The Law of Soares.

Repair of the heating system is a sure signal for rapid warming.

Shadow Law.

An unprecedented strip of good weather will be interrupted by heavy rain that will break out just on the day of your day off.

Thompson’s rule for warehousing.

In order for you to have an immediate need for any box dusting on the shelf, you need to put something very large and heavy before it.

Scott’s law for copies.

The clarity of a copy is inversely proportional to its importance.

Charles Darwin’s Law.

Happiness is not conducive to work.

Axiom of the holidaymaker.

A person always falls ill on the second day of his vacation and always recovers the day before he needs to return to work.

Rule of final classification.

You can sew any paper to the “Miscellaneous” folder.

The Law of Herrington.

A clean desk is a sure sign that the boxes in it are clogged to the top.

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