Surely someone in City Hall, with its legions of six-figure accountants, paper-pushers
and high-priced consultants, might have anticipated that revenues would suffer, too.
We don't want to find ourselves employing so many layers of paper-pushers
and have no-one left to provide services.
now," says Gerald Lorge, a federal meat inspector.
The answer, we suspect, is simply that people who develop (and buy) software these days are mostly white-collar paper-pushers
But these weren't just any paper-pushers
relieving a little occupational stress.
If human hands are not needed, there will presumably be fewer paper-pushers
required to run the council's administrative processes.
by day, rockers by night, the band really does include working accountants as members.
WHILE most firms grumble about taxes and red tape, Serco is one of the few to benefit from Government paper-pushers
In the past 20 years, City Hall has hired many more paper-pushers
in its central bureaucracy, paying them more than they would earn in private industry.
As for market size--well, it's worth remembering that the Fortune 500 are primarily industrial companies, and the productivity improvements that really matter to senior management take place on the factory floor, not among droves of paper-pushers
Small and medium sized businesses requiring urgent support risk going to the wall before AWM's paper-pushers
reach a decision about financial assistance, it is claimed.