When I think of workplace and comedy in the past decade, I think of The Office. It’s a premise that might sound familiar – an office led by a boss who believes wholeheartedly in comedy in the workplace, a man who strives to use comedy to break down the barriers between his co-workers, lighten up the office environment, and of course, to get laughs. Of course, if you have seen the show you know that Michael Scott (Steve Carell) more often than not showcases how NOT to incorporate comedy in the workplace, with inappropriate and often off-color jokes, and a stunning inability to read his audience. But that is neither here nor there. Read More
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