Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for September 29, 2021

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    Ken 2049 Premium Member 4 months ago

    If we did well I take full responsibility, but if we did poorly it’s all your fault.

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    stevesilver48  4 months ago

    Another graph joke. Enough is enough.

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    Renatus Profuturus Frigeridus Premium Member 4 months ago

    Typical of all bosses and CEOs.

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    eastern.woods.metal  4 months ago

    That display board looks familiar. OH right, boss had it on his office wall. I didn’t bother to stay long. He made few good decisions so the successes were few and far between. Last I hears the company ceased to exist. Only good decision ( for him ) was to take the money

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    KevDoneIt  4 months ago

    I know of several companies that have profit sharing. One neighbor received as much in his year end share as his total earnings for the year.

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    Cornelius Noodleman  4 months ago

    I’m not a success or a failure, I didn’t even show up.

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    sandpiper  4 months ago

    Used to be the ‘big picture’ was a negative first. This one ends with one.

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    keenanthelibrarian  4 months ago

    So what else is new??

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    Isenthor1978  4 months ago

    Unfortunately, if justice is a Unicorn, then social justice is a Unicorn’s fart.

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    Doug K  4 months ago

    Sadly, there is no connection between “Me” (the Boss) and “You” (everyone else).

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    bluegirl285  4 months ago

    Yep, that sounds about right…

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    Cactus-Pete  4 months ago

    Yeah, that’s a successful company – still using charts instead of presentation software.

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    bbenoit  4 months ago

    There’re three “you’s” missing. Downsizing?

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    1953Baby  4 months ago

    Oh, bother! We just had this “discussion” on Pearly before Swine". . .

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    Redd Panda  4 months ago

    I’d love a job like that. I screw up everything, then to get rid of me, they have to give me a huge payment.

    Know what’s funny? These corporations keep repeating the craziness.

    I have a plan to motivate the top executives. ‘’If you fail, we’ll throw you out the boardroom window.’’

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 4 months ago

    That all looks good on paper until the board fires the CEO and he has to pop that golden parachute. What a waste of money.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    He got that chart from Trump Enterprises…

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    Count Olaf Premium Member 4 months ago

    The PR Department should get cracking on covering up or, better yet, distorting all the failures and calling them successes. Even if the CEO is a drool bucket wearing dithering idiot, some people will buy it. Too many… Sad but true.

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    cipactli77  4 months ago

    That’s why the fat cats at the top of major corporations always make the big bucks, because they work 100, 200, 500 times harder than the pawns at the bottom.

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    The Brooklyn Accent  4 months ago

    “Success has many fathers. Failure is an orphan.”

    —modern rendering, after Tacitus, circa 100 AD

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 4 months ago

    Corporations focus on profit statements (quarterly or annual).

    Politicians focus on the next election (2 or 4 years away).

    Unions focus on where their members’ next meals are coming from (weeks or months).

    Religion ignores the present and focuses on the hereafter (eternity).

    The only human enterprise that’s paying attention to the time frame where we’ll be spending most of our lives (and our children will be spending all of theirs) is science.

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    Ka`ōnōhi`ula`okahōkūmiomio`ehiku  4 months ago

    Ah, the wonderful life of a CEO.

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    the lost wizard  4 months ago

    Step 1-We tell everyone to work from home. Step 2-We tell them not to bother.

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    dcy665  4 months ago

    Who thought up corps? I cannot find a reason for them in today’s world. They are a drain on society, with few exceptions. As long as they scoot by on zero taxes the current situation will continue. Tax the rich, and their corpo-rats.

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    PaulGoes  4 months ago

    The guy on the end is checking help wanted ads

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    eddi_tbh  4 months ago

    The Big Boss has it covered. The rest need to blame middle management. Who blame the employees. Who quit for better pay and respect. And the charts take another nose dive. Repeat until bankrupt, loot the pension fund and start a new career as a bold entrepreneur.

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    bakana  4 months ago

    The Graph seems to be missing 3 “You” boxes.

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    lamunyon  4 months ago

    Saw something this sometime back. Fun similar to Despair, Inc.’s stuff:

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    Victor the Crab  4 months ago

    Sounds like the Republican Party’s way of discussing their performance!

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