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Alice arranges for an "accident" for her new cubicle mate.
Policy, cubicle, share, accident, spring-loaded chair, cardboard box, booby trap, Alice, Wally, Dilbert, co-worker

Dilbert shares his cubicle with an Elbonian audit team during their holy week.
Policy, cubicle, share, audit, holy week, wedgie, Boss, Dilbert, Elbonian

The engineers take a rock climbing seminar, and Wally wimps out because of the physical effort.
Teamwork, team building, rock climbing, danger, pain, cramp, diploma, grip, special tool, Wally, instructor, Dilbert, Alice

Wally, who is in charge of the office relocation, shows off his plan for Wallyville: housing, shopping and gambling.
Policy, cubicle, Wallyville, shop, gambling, power, cardboard box, blueprint, circuit board, Wally, Dilbert

Dilbert is assigned a cubicle that has a window view but contains mostly support beam.
Policy, cubicle, support beam, window, breeze, laugh, blueprint, cardboard box, Wally, Dilbert, Dogbert

The Boss introduces Open Book Management, where employees learn to read the financial statements of the company.
Start of saga: The company has Open Book Management philosophy
Management, open book management, financial statements, budget, salary, CEO, motivation, Boss, Wally, Alice, Dilbert

The Boss explains to Asok if he got a raise, it wouldn't be good for lazy stock market analysts.
Management, open book management, raise, earnings growth, stock market, lazy, understand, Boss, Asok

Dilbert learns the company is repurchasing stock while he works unpaid overtime.
Management, open book management, repurchasing stock, unpaid overtime, income, equity, philosophy, ignorance is bliss, Dilbert, Boss

A janitor is motivated into sweeping more by looking at the company's debt to equity ratio.
Management, debt to equity ratio, sweep, carpet, self-doubt, push broom, janitor, Alice

The Boss announces project Sparkle, the clean desk policy, and Alice mocks the executives who created it.
Management, Project Sparkle, clean desk, war room, executive, panic, mission statement, ridicule, Boss, Alice, Wally, Dilbert

Dogbert has a new method for getting rid of idiots who ask questions: the information is on his web page.
Dogbert-Schemes, question, idiot, web page, misunderstand, Dogbert, Dilbert

Catbert describes the new clean desk policy: employees must lick their workplace clean at the end of the day.
Personnel, clean desk, policy, lick, spineless, stupid, Catbert, Wally, Boss

Wally tells Dilbert about the rumour the company will move to South Dakota for tax reasons.
Start of saga: A rumour circulates about the company moving to South Dakota
Office Politics, rumour, South Dakota, tax break, organ bank, sleep, cubicle, Wally, Dilbert

Dilbert tells Dogbert about the rumour of moving to South Dakota. Dogbert cynically thinks the CEO wants to move near his parents for free babysitting.
Office Politics, rumour, South Dakota, CEO, babysit, cynicism, mailbox, letter, blush, Dilbert, Dogbert

Bob phones the CEO and gives him a telewedgie.
Family, rumour, South Dakota, telewedgie, wedgie, CEO, telephone, Dogbert, Dilbert, Bob

Dilbert asks the janitor why he carries only one trash container, while Dilbert has an extra one for recyclables.
Corporate Services, trash, recycle, cynicism, Dilbert, janitor

Wally has more uncertainty the closer he gets to the office. The Boss reveals why: another reorganisation.
Management, uncertainty, strength, reorganisation, demon, apathy, cynicism, sarcasm, merger, downsize, profit, Wally, Boss

Dilbert starts to recruit college seniors.
Note: Two versions of the strip were published with different lines. The tame version used "the O-word" instead of "orgy".
Start of saga: Dilbert recruits college seniors
Personnel, task force, recruit, graduate, experience, party, lie, mock, meeting, orgy, sex, Boss, Dilbert, student

A college senior asks Dilbert why she should consider his offer when she has twelve better offers.
Personnel, recruit, campus, job offer, resume, student, Dilbert

An athletic senior abuses Dilbert in a recruiting session.
Personnel, recruit, campus, wedgie, crushing handshake, student, Dilbert

A student criticises Dilbert because Dilbert has ancient engineering knowledge.
Personnel, recruit, campus, engineer, knowledge, people skills, confidence, student

Dogbert gives Ratbert a pager to wear. The pager is set to vibrate.
Technology, pager, vibrate, yeehah, better, Dogbert, Ratbert

Ratbert and Bob compare technology: Ratbert's pager versus Bob's digital PCS phone with a built in pager.
Technology, pager, PCS telephone, vibrate, ear, Ratbert, Bob, Dilbert

The results of the employee communications survey are presented: fear of giving negative news to managers is the number one problem.
Personnel, employee communications survey, negative news, insult, fear, presentation, projector, skull and crossbones, solution, survey-taker, Boss, Dilbert, Wally

Catbert explains to Alice she must use her vacation time or lose it.
Personnel, vacation, use it or lose it, deadline, embarrassment, laugh, fuzzy, Catbert

Wally empathises with Alice she must work during her vacation time.
Office Politics, vacation, work during vacation, empathy, coffee cup, injury, Wally, Alice

Asok admires Alice's work ethic for working during vacation.
Office Politics, vacation, work during vacation, ethics, glass ceiling, ceiling tile, Asok, Alice

Dogbert decides to return to his old job as network systems administrator for the potential of abuse of power.
Start of saga: Dogbert returns as network systems administrator
Technology, network administrator, power, Ethernet card, circuit board, Dogbert, Dilbert

Dogbert shows Wally all the software manuals are locked away.
Technology, network administrator, manual, mean-spirited, meet halfway, window, Dogbert, Wally

Dogbert tells Wally he has a collection of the worst of Wally's e-mails.
Technology, network administrator, e-mail, privacy, blackmail, humour, naughty proposition, theft, steal, Dogbert, Wally

Dilbert wants to copy a document so he and the Boss can discuss it, but the Boss insists the secretary should copy it.
Management, photocopy, highly paid professionals, secretary, high-level planning, Dilbert, Boss, Carol