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Kevin Bridges' Work Advice

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If you're a regular Shortlist.com reader then you'll be aware that we don't always offer up the most conventional advice. Take our agony uncle Gus The Fox, who is, well, a fox.

So rather than getting workplace advice from a high-flying professional type, we decided to speak to the rather funny, but not strictly business-like, stand-up Kevin Bridges.

He's taken some of your most problematic work issues and, in this video, he offers up some helpful advice. We can't guarantee that your problems will actually be solved though...

If you have any burning problems at your office then email us at online@shortlist.com and we will try and get Kevin back for more.

Kevin Bridges: The Story Continues... is out on DVD now. Order it here

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