What is PARKINSON’S LAW?

A law which states that work is spread over the time given for its completion. It states that a large sized bureaucracy will generate for itself a significant amount of work in order to show itself as being occupied. This also gives them the option of showing themselves as being productive, even though there is no significant output.

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