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2014-09-01
Catbert's job in human resources is to give everyone a permanent feeling of inadequacy. That's to make all the employees work feverishly to boost company profits.

2014-09-02
Dilbert does the dance of the adequate.

2014-09-03
A soon-to-be-ex-co-worker says he will not show Dilbert how to run the software.

2014-09-04
The Boss doesn't listen to feedback from an ex-employee at an exit interview. He doesn't get the chance to dump on everyone.

2014-09-05
The CEO doesn't like the name of the company's new app. Dilbert says good names are already taken.

2014-09-06
A prominent fund manager takes a huge short position in their company's stock, Dilbert learns. The Boss doesn't care about a cartoon cat from the Bloom County comic strip.

2014-09-07
The CEO asks for input on corporate strategy. Dilbert says we need to be more customer-centric. The CEO misinterprets everything Dilbert says.

2014-09-08
The company's ads are so bad they increase sales for competitors. The Boss recommends creating ads for competitors.

2014-09-09
The Boss asks Dilbert to stop mentioning software bugs when talking with customers. Dilbert says that's the same as lying.

2014-09-10
The company beat the earning expectation and the employees should be proud, the CEO says.

2014-09-11
Dilbert compliments Topper's new car. Topper takes the compliment as if he made his own car.

2014-09-12
The Boss tells Asok to advance his career by learning as much as he can from co-workers. Asok tries with Alice who shuts him down.

2014-09-13
Dilbert tries out the theory that asking for advice increases the odds of career advancement.

2014-09-14
The Boss confronts Alice about her communications style. He has heard no complaints but picks up on people's body language.

2014-09-15
The Boss says from now on they are all team members. He will be the team member who gets paid the most and makes decisions.

2014-09-16
Catbert says scientific research shows that happiness will not increase if Dilbert makes more money. So Dilbert can only get a raise of he renounces science.

2014-09-17
The CEO says a good leader has to be willing to be disliked. Dilbert says he must be a great leader.

2014-09-18
The CEO says being a leader is a lonely job. Dilbert says to try being less of an #!@*, so people might want to spend time with him.

2014-09-19
Tina says Dilbert has been named one of the sexiest engineers in the world. The competition was not fierce.

2014-09-20
Dilbert tells Dogbert he was named one of the sexiest engineers in the world. Dogbert says it sounds like a joke.

2014-09-21
The Boss asks Dilbert to make some PowerPoint slides to show project progress even though there hasn't been any.

2014-09-22
Catbert measures cognitive control of an interviewee by giving him a doughnut, a laptop full of inappropriate videos and vodka.

2014-09-23
Catbert wants to measure an interviewee's personality to see where in the organisation he would fit. The interviewee says that sounds stupid.

2014-09-24
The CEO says the secret to being a good leader is to zig when others zag. Dilbert comments that's the same strategy used by the insane.

2014-09-25
The Boss wants Dilbert's opinion before making a decision. Dilbert says he would no longer perceive the Boss as a leader.

2014-09-26
Dilbert is freaking out because he has too many projects. The Boss says to tackle the unpleasant tasks first.

2014-09-27
Dilbert's best ideas are trapped in his head. Voicing them attracts haters like zombies on fish sticks.

2014-09-28
The Boss names Wally the Worst Employee of the Month. It comes with a special parking spot under the tree with many birds.

2014-09-29
The Boss introduces Larry, the new employee who isn't competent but is a good cultural fit.

2014-09-30
Larry meets Alice. He's awkward because he's a good cultural fit but not competent.