Michael Mark exposes teeth at Walmart.

"We have no idea what's behind those smiles and those 'have a nice day' welcomes"

Karen M Brittle 'outlines the personal angst that often accompanies the decision to follow one’s true professional calling.'

 Robert Boucheron watches out for crank customers.

The honeymoon is over, let the power struggles begin. This week's guide down Misery Lane is Chelsey Clammer.

Telemarketing lingo and the rubbed out feeling after the grind.
Double-billing this week: Michael Roloff and D.S. Jones.

It gets gritty in the city when money is tight and the truth is alright. Emerson Hodell Dyer takes you there.

Names changed to protect the innocent. The truth about work-place aggression, as recounted by David Michael Joseph.

Alejandro Escudé dishes dystopian paradise.

There's no privacy in a broadcast studio. Jim Breslin reports.

Consumerism never looked so…

Walter Beck explores what money in the wallet turns into – three fresh poems.

John Grey, never admitting defeat, returns with two knock-outs.

 

Occupations change, but John Grey remains a good writer. Scope out his previous work at WORK.