Zero-Zero Split


New entry in the Office Lexicon:

Zero-Zero Split
When you're supposed to be splitting your time 50-50 between two groups or projects, and you tell each boss that your other tasking is taking all your time. An effective way to goof off, as long as your bosses don't compare notes.


Remember the adage: "Mo man can serve two masters."

Zero-split says you CAN do it and come out ahead. I enjoyed this split in a job many years ago. My company was expanding fast, so I and my two bosses worked in three different buldings. For awhile, my job was whatever I wanted it to be...
- The Precision Blogger

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