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Re: more insane management speak phrases
« Reply #700 on: October 20, 2020, 10:17:01 am »
That would lead to a massive surge in the unemployment figures, at least until the layers of PHBs can be repurposed as sprout pickers, baristas, unicorn wranglers and wipers of OAPs' bottoms in care homes.  Call it a Brexit Bonus.

We did, under a prior regime, tentative cull some management layers. Then in the most recent regime change we added them back x2, so we're back with the millefeuille school of management. But at least you can eat a millefeuille.
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Re: more insane management speak phrases
« Reply #701 on: October 20, 2020, 10:20:27 am »
That would lead to a massive surge in the unemployment figures, at least until the layers of PHBs can be repurposed as sprout pickers, baristas, unicorn wranglers and wipers of OAPs' bottoms in care homes.  Call it a Brexit Bonus.

We did, under a prior regime, tentative cull some management layers. Then in the most recent regime change we added them back x2, so we're back with the millefeuille school of management. But at least you can eat a millefeuille.

In the inevitable post-Brexit shortages we may have to eat PHBs too.  On the whole rats appear more appetising.
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Re: more insane management speak phrases
« Reply #702 on: October 20, 2020, 10:52:13 am »
That would lead to a massive surge in the unemployment figures, at least until the layers of PHBs can be repurposed as sprout pickers, baristas, unicorn wranglers and wipers of OAPs' bottoms in care homes.  Call it a Brexit Bonus.

We did, under a prior regime, tentative cull some management layers. Then in the most recent regime change we added them back x2, so we're back with the millefeuille school of management. But at least you can eat a millefeuille.

In the inevitable post-Brexit shortages we may have to eat PHBs too.  On the whole rats appear more appetising.

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