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What was clever about the series was the way in which Kellaway linked the past with the present. The early riser who likes to have breakfast at his desk would have been on nodding terms with John Stuart Mill who had a boiled egg and a cup of tea at his desk. The arrival of women in the office was particularly illuminating as I wasn't quite aware of the fears that employers had at the time about the possibility of office romances. At the Bank of England male and female employees were expected never to meet, as each had their own entrance, floors and, in this was not always possible, women were expected to work behind a screen. At the Bank women were found to work harder and more competently than men b.
ters could get their own, heads of department could make occasional demands and the editor had immediate call upon your time but who, actually, preferred soup. He had a buzzer above the copy boys' desk which was so loud if triggered while you yourself were enjoying a cuppa your involuntary action was to hurl it in your face, unfortunate if piping hot. Today, however, my background as a former professional beverage manufacturer, among other tasks I might add, leads colleagues to expect nothing but the finest silver service when it comes to my turn to make a brew. At least, it did until they discovered that experience had a rather bitter, weak and watery taste. My reasons for ruminating on what has, sadly, passed from our offices has been triggered by an excellent series of programmes on Radio 4, History of Office Life presented by Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times, which has lifted the ceiling from our modern business life and linked it up with the past. Who could not fail to identify with Charles Lamb, a 19th century clerk with the East India Company who wrote of the Nike Huarache Elite drudgery of his daily chores: "Thirty years have I served the Philistines, and my neck is not subdued to the yoke.
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