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The Official Skiver's Handbook-bookcover

By: Paul A. Smith

The Official Skiver's Handbook

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Have you ever noticed how some people seem to get away with doing very little productive work on a daily basis, often to the frustration and annoyance of their colleagues?

Some of these people are just lazy, and you would expect that a good manager will deal with their performance issues sooner rather than later. Some of them are just in a job that they clearly don’t like, aren’t suited to or can’t wait to leave. These people usually don’t stick around for very long before leaving and moving on to another job.

The other type of person is a skiver. A skiver will use all of their experience, skill and knowledge to find ways to do as little work as they can get away with, often while appearing to be a productive and popular member of the team.

This book is for you if you want to learn how to become one.

About the Author

Paul A. Smith has spent the last thirty years working as a manager within the distribution and logistics industry in the United Kingdom.

He has spent countless hours listening to people’s feeble excuses and blatant lies for why they were late for work, unable to come to work, or why their poor absence or performance record should be excused.

He is not in the slightest bit surprised when he hears that British labour productivity has underperformed for another year, yet again.

He lives in Hampshire with his dog, Charlie.


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