Our humorous view of corporate America based on our many years of experience so we can bring some light heartedness to your cubicle insanity.
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I worked with Kim at a previous employer. She was someone who I appreciated debating issues with and discussing approaches with on many of these very situations. more
Informative, insightful and entertaining, what else could you ask for in a podcast. Keep going! I am a true fan.
These ladies are too funny and have great insights - everyone should listen.
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Cubicle Insanity launched 6 years ago and published 46 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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