Dilbert would feel more loyal if the company acknowledged his contributions.
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Dilbert asks for the Boss's input on a complicated issue. The Boss wants Dilbert to run it by someone else.
The media says the CEO is overpaid compared to other CEOs. The CEO asks Catbert to do a benchmark study comparing his salary to Larry Ellison.
In 2018, Dilbert dates with virtual reality. His date says his cyborg tech is hot but his organic bits are not.
Wally migrated their northern data centre to the cloud, then the cloud stopped working.
The Boss says tomorrow will be a planned power outage but everyone must come to work and sit at their desks.
Dilbert must review a sixty-page contract renewal, compare it to the original and get buy-in from 17 managers who hate the Boss.
Wally wants to know what he can do while the power is out.
The Boss offers Dilbert a two percent raise. Dilbert says he will lower the quality of his work until that feels fair.
Wally has two jobs and outsources them to Elbonia. Wally denies this to the Boss.
The Boss introduces the "Eureka Program" to recognise the best ideas from the employees.
A co-worker complains to Wally he attends meetings but never adds value. Wally says he's more of a big idea guy.
An executive retreat takes three days to come up with a policy name with the acronym P.O.O.P.
Dilbert wants to get a website unblocked but can't make it through the bureaucracy to do it.
Wally's business cars has a missing digit on his phone number and a missing @ symbol on his email address.
Wally works best under pressure so waits until the deadline to come up before doing work. Unless something important comes up.
The Boss asks the CEO to be his mentor. The CEO doesn't want anyone to understand his job.
The Boss complains to Dogbert the trucks for the Dogbert Offsite Document Storage Service look like garbage trucks.
The Boss tells the CEO the offsite document storage costs are out of control.
Wally and his mentor do everything the same.
A woman tells Dilbert she is self-sufficient in her life and doesn't need anyone else.
Dogbert invents a digital currency called the Bertcoin. He soon will control all the money in the world.
Ratbert mines Bertcoins but loses them to a Somali pirate.
Carol says to ignore the revisions she sent because the Boss revised them again.
Wally is the first employee to fail the ethics course. He says the answers are subjective and there are no right answers.
Wally fails the online ethics course again so he's put on the management fast track.
Wally's brain scan shows he has management potential. There's coffee filling the ethics part of his brain.
Wally was empowered and gave himself permission to attend week-long training.
Wally gets tested for the management fast track. To punch a weasel, and catch a bag of money and a baby.
The CEO mentors Wally until Wally's intestines end up in his skull.
Wally is asked to attend a meeting. He says he'll teleconference.