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About the Series
In the high-powered boardroom of a successful enterprise, it's easy to become detached from the day-to-day business of your company. BACK TO THE FLOOR challenges top executives to descend from the heights to spend a week with their workers - serving drinks, cooking fries, fielding customer complaints, cleaning dog mess, making cups and saucers and dealing with multiple murderers. Will they be able to cope? What lessons can they learn for the future? Rude awakenings await the bosses as they get a taste of the frustrations, grievances and humor of working on their own front line. They learn about how their company really works, what the business is like, and what their employees think of them.

Back to the Floor is a BBC/OPB co-production.

Production Credits:  
Series Producer Joanna Ball
   
Executive in Charge of TV Production (OPB) John Lindsay
   
Episode Producers:  
Central Park Nicola Bungey
Burker King Nicola Bungey
Carnival Cruises Nicola Bungey
Heathrow Daniel Barry
Nicola Bungey
Women's Prison Nicola Bungey
Robi Dutta
Wedgwood China Mary-Anne Thompson
Nicola Bungey
   
Web Site Credits:  
Executive Producer Marion Rice
Web Designer/Developer John Kin
Content Writer Mark Woodlief
Programming Rob Vincent
On-The-Street Interviews Henry Sessions


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