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1 July 2011, 12:00 pm 7 Comments

Cinespastic: Movies at the Workplace

This post was submitted by Ben K.

My fellow workplace friends:

I have a query for you.
So let’s say you love your 9-5 job (which I do), and you really like all the people you work with (like I do) — not a bad apple on the team — but you find at times that your job is making you stressed beyond words. How do you manage?

I often wonder what it was like in an office before email and computers. I’m grateful, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes the pace of it all surmounts to something that becomes beyond overwhelming. Say like, you take a vacation day or week and the whole time you know that you’ll be coming back to hundreds of unanswered emails all in need of a response. Can you catch up? Do you just shut down? Sometimes I find not taking time off is less stressful than a vacation. And sick time? God, forget it.

There are some great workplace movies out there, and the opening of the new film Horrible Bosses has made me think about them. Luckily, I haven’t had a boss or job that’s been horrible.

Here are some of my recommendations for great workplace movies:

Enjoy!


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7 Comments »

  • oddboyout said:

    Secretary didn’t make your list?

  • Levi said:

    I can only think of the really dark workplace movies, like Swimming with Sharks and In the Company of Men.

    And then there’s Clerks…Because some of us still can’t get office jobs, mainly because of still being in college, not going to college, or having a college degree in something useless.

  • Kevin said:

    What about Clockwatchers with the it girls of indie cinema, Toni Colette and Parker Posey?

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