In particular, such office conflict is clearly manifested by the 47th episode of The Office entitled Safety Training. This is where Andy Bernard who is being portrayed by actor Ed Helms and who after finishing his anger management therapy, returned to Dunder Mifflins Scranton, Pennsylvania branch which is a fictional paper supply office. It is during this specific episode that arguments concerning employees egos, improper conducts and boredom have become more effectively depicted.
In the said episode, Regional Manager Michael Scoot, played by actor Steve Carell, showed his usual hazardous antics, which eventually endangered an employee and required all of them to undergo safety training. This showed a thesis that anything is inevitably risky in an office environment or that any office activity, even a supposedly safety training, may go astray if the personnel involved are apparently clashing with each other and are always in conflict thus despairing people.
Ultimately, the said episode which was carried out in an amusing spoof manner manifested that an office-based depression is a threat to an employee (Novak & Ramis, 2007). Lastly, such episode of The Office generally imparted a premise that each office equipment and machinery has its own function and possible danger which may affect both the employees and organizational performance. Hence, office employees need to protect themselves regardless of their respective conflicts in order to achieve office success. Reference Novak, B. J. & Ramis, H. (2007). Safety Training. In G. Daniels, The Office. Los Angeles: Reveille Productions.