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Pointless meetings prevent employees from actually doing their work. Hiroko is NOT happy when her pitch for an article is reassigned to someone else.
Hiroko is damn good at her job, but the stress is eating her alive. An interview with a politician may lead to her biggest scoop yet, but there's a cost to everything.
Fumiya really doesn't like his job and likes Hiroko even less. But the job comes first, and he needs help on a stakeout...
Someone needs to make sure important things get done. However, is it worth it when it puts a strain on a relationship?
Mayu discovers that she's been sidelined in favor of Hiroko as a serial lead due to lack of experience.
An employee must navigate the murky waters of office politics and gossip carefully. Getting involved, no matter how well-intentioned, can have repercussions.
Everyone needs a break to avoid burnout. Hiroko is a regular client of Midoriko, a massage therapist. Do both women have something to teach the other?
Makoto Chiba works in sales. It's an important job, but it can also be thankless. But that's ok, it's enough if a book sells well. At least, that's what he tells himself.
Hiroko had an interview lined up, but the man died of heart failure from overworking. Whether she wishes to or not, Hiroko finds herself affected by this.
Personal problems can bleed over into work. In comparison to Hiroko's life, Maiko seems to have everything figured out.
Hiroko and Shinji both consistently choose their careers over their relationship, which is now at a breaking point. Can things really continue as they are now?
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