London Transports - King's Cross Summary & Analysis

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Eve, an extraordinary personal manager dedicated to gaining proper places and honor for the women she chooses to work for, accepts the offer of a secretarial job from Sara Gray, knowing that Gray needs a personal manager. Eve refuses to use Gray's first name because Gray is an executive and male executives are never addressed that way. She announces that Gray should be promotion manager rather than an assistant and sets out to effect the change within the year. Gray balks, not wanting to get into office wars, but is assured that working within the system will get her to where she should be.

Eve discovers unused budgeted funds to remodel Gray's dingy office into an attractive executive meeting room, to provide Gray a suitable executive wardrobe, and to effect a beauty make-over. From her own cubicle at the door, Eve...

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