I cannot think of a better date to release a book about my experiences working in corporate retail than on Labour Day.


The book is a humorous and damning look at corporations, especially retail corporations as described through the eyes of Joseph, an average every-day retail employee working at a dying store in a dying mall. He's survived through multiple economic recessions but it's becoming impossible to earn enough each week to afford the increased cost of living with a stagnant wage. That all changes when he receives his annual performance review...


Dedicated to anyone who has worked in the serve-us industry that will serve as a possible eye-opening experience for those who have not.


Available now in soft and hardcover editions!