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Let’s face it, people don’t always bring their best self to work. Instead they walk through the doors each morning emboldened by ego, power, arrogance, stupidity and gossip. This is why tempers flare and situations escalate. It’s bound to happen when people are crowded together all day long in tight quarters under stress with no fresh air and limited sunlight. It’s the perfect recipe to heighten everyone’s crazy.Join host and executive coach Peter C. Diamond as he interviews people who share humorous stories of their own office dysfunction. In between fits of laughter, together they help make sense of office nonsense. Don’t worry, no careers were harmed in making Not Suitable for Work. New episodes available on Wednesdays.

Latest Episodes

Best of 2018 Pt 2

It seems only fitting to finish the first season of Not Suitable for Work with a “Best Of” episode. I've combed through the nearly forty episodes to find these little gems. Listening to each episode again had me cracking up.

33 MIN2018 DEC 26
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Best of 2018 Pt 2

Best NSFW of 2018 PT 1

EIt seems only fitting to finish the first season of Not Suitable for Work with a “Best Of” episode. I've combed through the nearly forty episodes to find these little gems. Listening to each episode again had me cracking up.

34 MIN2018 DEC 20
Comments
Best NSFW of 2018 PT 1

Sex, Drugs and Luxury Retail

In the 1990’s a career in luxury retail was a good gig. These jobs were coveted and once hired, competition for commissions was fierce. In this episode, we find out what happens behind the cosmetics counter of a Beverly Hills luxury retailer.

29 MIN2018 NOV 28
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Sex, Drugs and Luxury Retail

Scratching the Entrepreneurial Itch

There’s a romantic notion of creating something that becomes a commercial success. It’s the ultimate achievement. So much so, 25 million Americans are starting or running new businesses. Recently, Peter binged the podcast, “How I Built This”. These stories of entrepreneurial success are inspirational and make it seem wildly possible, but that is only the case 18% of the time. What about the other 82%? In this episode, we hear about the challenges from a first-time entrepreneur.

34 MIN2018 NOV 14
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Scratching the Entrepreneurial Itch

Thank you! You're Fired

A pink slip was used to terminate an employee. You’d get your paycheck and if there was a pink slip attached then you knew the gig was up and it’s time to look for a new job. That’s it, super-efficient. While this makes it easy for the employer, the practice was deemed cruel and heartless. Unfortunately, not sure if how people are fired, laid off or made redundant has gotten much better. In this episode, an executive coach shares how his previous employer was really bad at letting people go.

29 MIN2018 NOV 7
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Thank you! You're Fired

Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

What lengths would you go to to win over a prospective client? This is a dilemma every business professional will face at some point in their career. It’s not unusual for a company to exaggerate a capability or breadth of experience in order to curry favor with a new client. How far would you stretch the truth? And once you start will you ever be able to draw the line.

24 MIN2018 OCT 24
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Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

I Must Be Hallucinating

If you want a promotion, speak up and ask for it. You have to advocate for yourself. This is the type of advice you’d get from a mentor, parent, business book or overly assertive friend. Feeling as though he was being overlooked, our guest Dan Richardson, took the bull by the horns and seized an opportunity to ask for a promotion.What the people behind all this advice neglect to tell you is the toll that it takes on you mentally and physically.

25 MIN2018 OCT 10
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I Must Be Hallucinating

I Worked for a Cult

EExperts will often say, people change careers at least three to five times during their lifetime. There isn’t concrete data on this but it feels about right. In our quest to change careers and do something different it can also impair our judgement when interviewing and evaluating whether or not to join a company. We overlook the signs that would otherwise give us reason to pause. That’s exactly what happened to our guest Jessica Dorfman Jones.

22 MIN2018 OCT 3
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I Worked for a Cult

Open in Private

How far would you go to forge a relationship with your client? Part of being a good sales person is being able to establish a rapport with your client. This includes small talk about what you did over the weekend, maybe going out to dinner or a concert. Some of these relationships form easily, but every so often, you will come across an awkward situation that isn’t in any sales handbook or training manual.

26 MIN2018 SEP 26
Comments
Open in Private

I Feel Like A Fraud

EThere is an old adage, surround yourself with people smarter than you. Sounds good in theory, however not always in practice. After taking a job with a consulting firm with no relevant education or experience to draw upon, our guest finds herself knee deep with a group of colleagues who are using corporate jargon she doesn’t understand, working with excel which she never learned and trying to overcome a severe case of imposter syndrome.

41 MIN2018 SEP 19
Comments
I Feel Like A Fraud

Latest Episodes

Best of 2018 Pt 2

It seems only fitting to finish the first season of Not Suitable for Work with a “Best Of” episode. I've combed through the nearly forty episodes to find these little gems. Listening to each episode again had me cracking up.

33 MIN2018 DEC 26
Comments
Best of 2018 Pt 2

Best NSFW of 2018 PT 1

EIt seems only fitting to finish the first season of Not Suitable for Work with a “Best Of” episode. I've combed through the nearly forty episodes to find these little gems. Listening to each episode again had me cracking up.

34 MIN2018 DEC 20
Comments
Best NSFW of 2018 PT 1

Sex, Drugs and Luxury Retail

In the 1990’s a career in luxury retail was a good gig. These jobs were coveted and once hired, competition for commissions was fierce. In this episode, we find out what happens behind the cosmetics counter of a Beverly Hills luxury retailer.

29 MIN2018 NOV 28
Comments
Sex, Drugs and Luxury Retail

Scratching the Entrepreneurial Itch

There’s a romantic notion of creating something that becomes a commercial success. It’s the ultimate achievement. So much so, 25 million Americans are starting or running new businesses. Recently, Peter binged the podcast, “How I Built This”. These stories of entrepreneurial success are inspirational and make it seem wildly possible, but that is only the case 18% of the time. What about the other 82%? In this episode, we hear about the challenges from a first-time entrepreneur.

34 MIN2018 NOV 14
Comments
Scratching the Entrepreneurial Itch

Thank you! You're Fired

A pink slip was used to terminate an employee. You’d get your paycheck and if there was a pink slip attached then you knew the gig was up and it’s time to look for a new job. That’s it, super-efficient. While this makes it easy for the employer, the practice was deemed cruel and heartless. Unfortunately, not sure if how people are fired, laid off or made redundant has gotten much better. In this episode, an executive coach shares how his previous employer was really bad at letting people go.

29 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
Thank you! You're Fired

Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

What lengths would you go to to win over a prospective client? This is a dilemma every business professional will face at some point in their career. It’s not unusual for a company to exaggerate a capability or breadth of experience in order to curry favor with a new client. How far would you stretch the truth? And once you start will you ever be able to draw the line.

24 MIN2018 OCT 24
Comments
Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

I Must Be Hallucinating

If you want a promotion, speak up and ask for it. You have to advocate for yourself. This is the type of advice you’d get from a mentor, parent, business book or overly assertive friend. Feeling as though he was being overlooked, our guest Dan Richardson, took the bull by the horns and seized an opportunity to ask for a promotion.What the people behind all this advice neglect to tell you is the toll that it takes on you mentally and physically.

25 MIN2018 OCT 10
Comments
I Must Be Hallucinating

I Worked for a Cult

EExperts will often say, people change careers at least three to five times during their lifetime. There isn’t concrete data on this but it feels about right. In our quest to change careers and do something different it can also impair our judgement when interviewing and evaluating whether or not to join a company. We overlook the signs that would otherwise give us reason to pause. That’s exactly what happened to our guest Jessica Dorfman Jones.

22 MIN2018 OCT 3
Comments
I Worked for a Cult

Open in Private

How far would you go to forge a relationship with your client? Part of being a good sales person is being able to establish a rapport with your client. This includes small talk about what you did over the weekend, maybe going out to dinner or a concert. Some of these relationships form easily, but every so often, you will come across an awkward situation that isn’t in any sales handbook or training manual.

26 MIN2018 SEP 26
Comments
Open in Private

I Feel Like A Fraud

EThere is an old adage, surround yourself with people smarter than you. Sounds good in theory, however not always in practice. After taking a job with a consulting firm with no relevant education or experience to draw upon, our guest finds herself knee deep with a group of colleagues who are using corporate jargon she doesn’t understand, working with excel which she never learned and trying to overcome a severe case of imposter syndrome.

41 MIN2018 SEP 19
Comments
I Feel Like A Fraud
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