satire

Workplace satire, comedy, and all things satirical in the Journal corporate culture digital space.

  • Wade Wainio
    Published 2 months ago
    Suggestions For a Better Workplace and Worldwide Corporate Community

    Suggestions For a Better Workplace and Worldwide Corporate Community

    Want your creative juices to flow through your workplace like the blood through a corporate behemoth (or the river of slime flowing under NYC in Ghostbusters 2)? Well, I have a slew of handy pointers to lob at you like so many grenades of efficiency and guidance. Before I begin, know this: My first two points are for the Elite members of society, so normal people should just skip these suggestions. That's right, scroll past them...nothing to see here, folks!
  • Must Love Dogs
    Published 3 months ago
    A Whole New Roach

    A Whole New Roach

    So, I have already mentioned that I work for a hotel in my first published story, "Work Related Stress". Having said that, if you have already read it then you know I am not in the most comfortable position.
  • Diane Randle
    Published 6 months ago
    Walmart Owners Offer Employees 3% Discount On “Dumpster Diving Classes”

    Walmart Owners Offer Employees 3% Discount On “Dumpster Diving Classes”

    “Times are tough. Everybody knows that. I mean I think I heard that somewhere or something.” Ronnie Walton, one of the heirs to the Walmart fortune said Friday at a press conference called by the $130 Billion dollar Waltons, owners of Walmart. The U.S.’s largest employer is set to roll out a new plan to help Walmart employees with their household budgets.
  • john harrison
    Published about a year ago
    Do You Guru? 3 Secrets to Unlock/Reach/Master Etc Etc Etc

    Do You Guru? 3 Secrets to Unlock/Reach/Master Etc Etc Etc

    EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Only for people that have a social media account (or a pulse).
  • Olivia Owens
    Published 2 years ago
    An Honest Cover Letter
  • Dee Jay
    Published 2 years ago
    Work Stories - Easter Sunday
  • Destiny McMillan
    Published 2 years ago
    The Secret Life of a Serial Dreamer

    The Secret Life of a Serial Dreamer

    Have you ever been so deeply inspired by something that you’ve done absolutely nothing? Have you dreamed so vividly that you forgot to wake up?
  • M.P. Laluep
    Published 3 years ago
    5 Tips for a New Author

    5 Tips for a New Author

    We've all been there. That amazing idea has been kicking around in your head for an entire 10 minutes and it's just way too great to not be shared with the entire world. You think — nay, you KNOW — that this concept will surely catapult you into the top echelon of great American novelists, and you are salivating at the chance to conquer the incredibly lucrative (and easy!) world of writing. Here is a list of things you should do before you begin.
  • Rhonda Farley
    Published 3 years ago
    My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
  • Rhonda Farley
    Published 3 years ago
    My Adventures as a Pizza Delivery Driver
  • Jeremy Timmons
    Published 3 years ago
    I'll Tell You the Secret to Entrepreneurial Success

    I'll Tell You the Secret to Entrepreneurial Success

    Generally, I would consider myself to be a fairly pragmatic person. So much so that, in some circles, I'm alternatively labeled as "emotionally unavailable," "empathetically barren," or even "an apathetic void of ghastly intensity." That being said, over time I have proven myself to be a successful entrepreneur, and I'd like to think that it is due, at least in part, to these traits I hold. Because I hold an objectivity my distinct lack of emotional accord grants me, I've been able to navigate the consistently choppy waters of taking an idea or product from conception to market with a decent amount of success. Success that, barring any unforeseen investigation into matters long since rendered closed by the Attorney General's Office of Criminal Affairs, appears unlikely to abate anytime soon.
  • Clark Ramos
    Published 3 years ago
    Millennials Are The Worst Generation