Corporate life has it's share of benefits, so why do so many cubicle-dwellers complain? From office politics to brownnosing to noise pollution, our image gallery shows off the good and bad of the corporate life.
Copiers, cubicles, computers, coworkers ... ready to dive into the caffeine-fueled underworld of corporate life?
Hollywood has had plenty to say about Wall Street tycoons and cubicle slaves alike. What's the fascination all about?
Politics is an inevitable part of office life, offering a never-ending tale of drama and woe. From the sales floor to the glass ceiling, power and control are always at stake.
Mergers and acquisitions -- often in the form of hostile takeovers -- can turn your work life upside down. What does it take to stay on top?
Hopefully not this -- nobody likes a brownnoser. So, why does the boss always seem to fall for it?
Unfortunately, studies have shown that "yes-men" often get ahead even if they're not terribly qualified. Did you know there's a name for the phenomenon?
The Peter Principle explains how, by hard work or less-ethical tactics, some workers land in positions they're not qualified for. Needless to say, this is not good for employee morale...
This guy just doesn't get any respect. What should he do to improve his co-worker relationships?
Try to communicate effectively with others so it doesn't come to this. But what's the biggest pet peeve of office workers?
Welcome to the cubicle. These semi-private spaces have been shown to have an adverse effect on employee health and productivity. But could your cubicle actually kill you?
Is this the outcome of every white-collar war zone? Find out How Death by Cubicle Works.