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2015-03-01
Dogbert's tech support will help fix an error message saying the Windows is not genuine. Start by rebooting seventeen times and Dilbert will lose hope.
Note: A preview of the first two panels was published on the Dilbert Blog on 2014-12-17.

2015-03-02
Wally wears clogs with four-inch heels because studies show taller people are paid more.

2015-03-03
Instead of performance reviews, pay will be based on height. And Alice will earn ten percent less than the men.

2015-03-04
Catbert says the CEO's pay will be capped due to pay being based on height.

2015-03-05
Alice confronts the CEO about the new policy of pay being based on height.

2015-03-06
The CEO is paid more than Alice because he is taller and has male reproductive body parts. Nothing can change that.

2015-03-07
Alice says she is now the highest paid engineer in the department. Dilbert wonders if that's because she has a mallet, scissors and a reputation for violence.

2015-03-08
The Boss describes why Dilbert is a perfect employee. He has good technical skills, perfect attendance, is too risk-averse to start his own company and no social life.

2015-03-09
A co-worker notices Wally doesn't do much work. Wally replies there will be plenty of time to work when he's dead.

2015-03-10
Wally asks the CEO to mentor him. The CEO agrees and Wally starts putting his feet up.

2015-03-11
Wally asks the CEO to teach him how to make $25 million per year while adding no value to the company.

2015-03-12
The CEO notices that Wally always acts the same no matter how much mentoring is going on.

2015-03-13
Wally notices the CEO is more useless since the CEO started mentoring Wally.

2015-03-14
Wally feels underpaid since the CEO started mentoring him.

2015-03-15
Dilbert explains to the CEO why he deserves more than a three percent raise. Dogbert reads a media report about the CEO's lavish mansion.

2015-03-16
Even though Wally is still useless, the CEO wants to promote him to vice president to show that mentoring works.

2015-03-17
Catbert promotes Wally to vice president because the CEO has been mentoring him.

2015-03-18
Wally is now the vice president of zombie projects. He is in charge of projects that can't succeed or be cancelled.

2015-03-19
Now that Wally is vice president, Asok wants to be is lackey. So Asok carries Wally's coffee.

2015-03-20
Vice president Wally rides Asok the coffee intern. That gets Wally demoted.

2015-03-21
Dogbert, product designer, wants to annoy people for no reason. He wants so much packaging, people need a truck to haul it away.

2015-03-22
The Boss says he doesn't need help to lose weight because he can lose it any time he wants. He chooses to be less healthy.

2015-03-23
Dogbert says designing products means products that look good in his portfolio but are impossible to use.

2015-03-24
Dogbert designs an operating system that spends all its time to beg for updates or need to be rebooted.

2015-03-25
Before a meeting, Wally asks the Boss a complicated economics question. The Boss just wants to be left alone.

2015-03-26
Wally's new hobby is to explain economics using babble talk. It sounds convincing.

2015-03-27
Wally is promoted to chief economist because nothing he says makes sense. That's the sign of a great economist.

2015-03-28
Wally, the new chief economist, tells the management what to expect in the next quarter. He babbles a lot of jargon.

2015-03-29
The Boss wants to walk with Dilbert while they talk. Dilbert knows that means they won't get a chance to talk.

2015-03-30
Tina interviews Wally, the chief economist, for the website. She doesn't understand him so invents some quotes from him.

2015-03-31
Tina's interview with Wally, the chief economist, is on the website. She put together some jargon and called it Wally's forecast.