Bob Goldman

Posted October 31, 2013

I want you to share my outrage over a group of people who are not satisfied with getting a paycheck; they also expect to get free beer, free massages, free housecleaning services, free laundry, free food, and -- oh, yes -- free access to on-site "napping stations."

Posted October 23, 2013

Posted October 17, 2013

I am getting tired of having colleagues getting out the paddles and trying to start my heart simply because I've been slumped over my keyboard for a couple of hours.

Posted October 10, 2013

Posted October 03, 2013

Posted September 26, 2013

Let's be honest here, Haden is not describing you. When you walk into a room, it not only doesn't light up. It feels like the entire North American power grid has gone down.

Posted September 19, 2013

Posted September 05, 2013

If you think it's difficult to work in an office, imagine how hard it is to work at home.

Posted August 29, 2013

It really breaks your heart, doesn't it? It just makes me sad to think that I'm living in a world where not everyone is enjoying the non-stop joy that comes from spending days, weeks, years and decades trapped in a soul-killing office full of annoying co-workers and abusive supervisors.

Posted August 22, 2013

It used to be that you criticized people at work for being "holier than thou." Now, the most stinging criticism you can make about a co-worker is that they're "happier than thou."

Posted August 22, 2013

Posted August 18, 2013

I was convinced there was only one step to happiness -- turn off the computer, turn on the TV and start binge-watching "Duck Dynasty." Again.

Posted August 08, 2013

I doubt we could have reality television if Honey Boo Boo decided to spend a month wine tasting in the Loire Valley

Posted August 01, 2013

At its best, a job interview is like free therapy, where you can receive valuable feedback on your career and your life from a person who is better than you because they have a job and you don't.

Posted July 28, 2013

Regrettably, the power of this ritual was vitiated when an employee with a heart condition "had to be given advance warning and left out of the ritual."

Posted July 04, 2013

Do you hate your job? Are you filled with revulsion when you think about your work? If the answer to these questions is, "yes, yes, a thousand times, yes," then let me congratulate you. You're more connected to your job than 70 percent of Americans.

Posted June 27, 2013

Management doesn't justify this corporate snoopathon by admitting it wants this information on their employees' lives, just to make sure the company is doing all it can to make those lives miserable.

Posted June 20, 2013

Even if the position is looking more and more like your nightmare job, you may still want to point out why you are the perfect fit. Simply explain that "no one else is desperate enough to take a job this terrible, and if you don't hire me, I'm going to hold my breath until my face turns red."

Posted June 06, 2013

Right now, foolish unhappy people like you still cling to the belief that we'd be happy "if we were only more successful -- make more money, get a promotion, a better car, a big house.

Posted May 30, 2013

I don't know why they didn't ask you. When Inc.com wanted to know the eight things really successful people do, they should have come to you. Instead, the wackadoos at Inc.com went to Kevin Daum.