November 6, 1992
Errol Wallace makes his living as a corporate efficiency expert. His job is to go into companies and tell them the changes that need to be made to run more efficiently and generate more profit. In 1966, an Australian moccasin factory owner feels that his staff is not motivated enough and he calls on Wallace for help. Wallace's unorthodox style and the completely off the wall behavior of the employees collide and create a series of situations that makes everyone blush with embarrassment. Wallace's solution is to lay off nearly half the factory's work force to improve efficiency, but the workers strike back and do whatever they can to retain their jobs. In some cases, the methods used by the workers seem unnecessary, but they can be extremely funny.