It’s hard to imagine the office as a safe haven, or even an important part of life.
But we all have an office at some point, and that’s exactly what the Office series has always been about: a space where the characters can make their living.
When you’re sitting at your desk at home, you’re probably sitting in front of a screen, not your own.
But in the Office franchise, the space is always a refuge from the real world.
The office, like the home, has always had a place for the people who work there, who work hard, and who know their place.
This isn’t just a business franchise, though.
While there are some familiar names on the show, it’s always written in a slightly different tone than those that populate the office of the average person.
It’s a show that’s more concerned with the people at its center than the office itself.
And for the most part, Office’s stories are told in an entirely different way than those found in most of the workplace.
“The Office” has always offered a space for its characters to make their own decisions, while at the same time acknowledging the human cost of decisions that come with them.
“In this world, if you can’t say, ‘You’re fired,’ and it’s like, ‘No, I don’t want to say that,’ it makes it hard for everybody,” says series creator Andy Dick.
“And that’s where ‘The Office’ takes a very different approach to that.
We’re not telling you, ‘We’re not going to make you the person who says that,'” he says.
“We’re just saying, ‘I’m not going that way.
I’m not doing that.
You’re not doing it.
You have your job.
You are on your own here.’
If you want to be happy, then you have to say, yeah I’m going to go on my own,” Dick continues. “
It’s like that with everyone.
If you want to be happy, then you have to say, yeah I’m going to go on my own,” Dick continues.
“So, I think we’re a show where that’s very important.”
In other words, “The Workplace” has made the workplace part of its own story.
The series is also much more interested in the people and situations in which the characters work.
The show has always strived to take a deep dive into people’s lives, even if it’s at odds with the conventions of the office world.
“I think the Office has always made a lot of people feel really uncomfortable, because it’s such a large and complicated world and it is a very public place,” says Dick.
“[But] we are trying to tell stories that are a little more honest, that are less about being in a bubble, and more about human interactions and the way we relate to one another.”
It’s the story of a group of friends, and it has a lot to say about the way people relate to their office and to each other, in a world where it’s not so much about work and money, but about people.
“If you don’t have a job, if the only thing you have is a job and a paycheck, you get a lot more nervous,” says actress Michelle Rodriguez, who plays an executive.
“What are you going to do for a living?
And the fact that I’m working in the office has a big part to play in that.
It does affect my confidence, because I think I’m the best person at this office.
And I feel like it affects the way I interact with everyone, not just the people I work with.”
And that’s one of the reasons why “The work place” has been so popular among employees and viewers alike.
“They love to hear about the people they work with, and they want to know who is doing what,” says showrunner Joe Weisberg.
“Because if there is one person who’s doing what they’re doing, and there is an office in the world, you feel a little bit better.”
It doesn’t matter that it’s the office.
When the show takes place in an office, it doesn’t have to be.
“There’s a lot about the office that we want to tell, and we think we’ve got some really great ideas,” says executive producer Mike Schur.
“But we’re very careful about the fact it’s a very real place.
We know it’s there.
It makes us feel good about the experience.”
It also makes the show feel very real.
And it’s important for the characters to know that.
“Sometimes I think about it like, you have a movie that’s set in the old world, and all you’re doing is showing you where the money’s coming from,” says Schur, “so you get to experience the old-world culture, and