Cleaning the office coffee pots
Are you being asked to do more with less? Is your department stretched so thin, your workday now includes duties beneath your accomplished resume? Take a seat on the couch. Let’s discuss.
Our new Department of Behavioral Economics is delving into the psychology of the new difficult choices we face.
In the first installment, Marketplace Senior editor Paddy Hirsch must decide whether to stand up and fight the indignity of cleaning the office coffee pots or sink to bribery. The undercover economist explains:
Did Paddy make the right choice?
And if you’re facing your own office dilemma, I’d love to hear it…
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