Slaus’s Law: If you do some work too well, you can not get rid of it.
Franco’s Law for the workplace: If you like what you’re doing, probably you are doing it wrong.
Larson’s Bureaucratic principle: If you can do the impossible, your boss will immediately include it in your permanent duties.
First trap of genius: No boss is going to tolerate an employee who is always right.
Perkin’s Law: Pat on the back is only a few centimeters from a kick in the ass.
Ruffles’s Law for business: The less work the employees have, the slower they do it.
Law of Lempnar for employment: If you leave from work later, no one will notice. If you leave early, you will surely meet your boss in the parking lot.
Maxima of the Office: The phone never rings when you have nothing to do.
Law of Otto: You are always doing something sideways when the boss weans near your desk.
Clyde’s Law: If you need to do something and put it off long enough, there’s a good chance someone else to do it for you.
Harry’s Rule: When you don’t know what to do, give yourself worried look and move quickly.