Dunder Mifflin Scranton is a branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company that is based out of Scranton, Pennsylvania in Lackawanna County. It is located at 1725 Slough Avenue in the Scranton Business Park, Suite 200. It is the main setting for the show The Office. It is filmed at Chandler Valley Center Studios in Los Angeles.
As revealed in Casino Night, the Dunder Mifflin Scranton warehouse - perhaps including the suite - is on a seven years lease from Beekman Properties. According to Dwight, the lease was at its fourth year at the time, which means the lease will end sometime during the year 2009 if not renewed. However, in Branch Closing it has been revealed that Bob Vance of Vance Refrigeration was going to buy the warehouse.
- David Wallace - Chief Executive Officer, Former Chief Financial Officer
- Dwight K. Schrute - Regional Manager and Assistant to the Assistant to the Regional Manager. Former Sales Representative, former Assistant to the Regional Manager, former Assistant Regional Manager.
- Malcolm - Sales Representative
- Danny Cordray - Traveling Sales Representative
- Angela - Head of Accounting
- Clark Green - Customer Service Representative, Former Junior Salesman
- Meredith Palmer - Purchasing/Supplier Relations
- Devon White - Quality Assurance
- Val Johnson - Warehouse Foreman
- Nate - Warehouse Staff
- Glenn - Warehouse Staff, former Warehouse Foreman
- Hidetoshi "Hide" Hasagawa - Warehouse Staff
- Michael Scott - Former Regional Manager & Sales Representative; quit to form the Michael Scott Paper Company, rehired then quit again to move to Colorado to be with Holly.
- Martin Nash - Quit, Formerly in Supplier Relations (sat opposite Creed)
- Hannah Smoterich-Barr - Her complaints and concerns she had for Michael about being a working mother was not resolved so she quit; Former Accountant (sat opposite Meredith)
- Holly Flax - Former HR Representative; Quit to move to Colorado to take care of her aging parents.
- Kelly Kapoor - Former Customer Service Representative; quit to move to Ohio to be with Ravi.
- Ryan Howard - Former Temp, Former VP of Northeast Sales; quit to follow Kelly to Ohio.
- Madge Madsen - Former warehouse worker; quit after winning the lottery.
- Philip - Former warehouse worker; if still an employee as of Season 8 he mostly likely won the lottery and quit.
- Jerry DiCanio - Former warehouse worker; if still an employee as of Season 8 he most likely won the lottery and quit.
- Matt - Former warehouse worker; if still an employee as of Season 8 he most likely won the lottery and quit.
- Andy Bernard - Former Regional Manager, Former Sales Representative and Regional Director in Charge of Sales; quit to pursue his dream of acting.
- Darryl Philbin - Former Warehouse Foreman, Head of Shipping and Distribution and Assistant Regional Manager; quit to work for Athlead. (now works Dunder Mifflin Bowling Green after Athlead got bougth out by Converse)
- Nellie Bertram - Former Regional Manager and Special Projects Manager; quit for unknown reasons and moved to Poland.
- Angela Martin - Former Head of Accounting; quit after marrying Dwight.
- Phyllis Vance - Former Sales Representative; quit after moving to St.Louis with Bob Vance after finding daughter.
- Oscar Martinez - Former Head of Accounting; quit after winning election and becoming State Senator.
- Erin Hannon - Former Receptionist; quit after traveling with parents
- Roy Anderson - Former Warehouse Staff; fired for trying to assault Jim during work hours (now works at Dunder Mifflin Greensboro)
- Devon White - Laid off by Michael; Formerly in Supplier Relations, later rehired by Dwight in finale
- Tony Gardner - Fired by Michael
- Todd Packer - Former Traveling Salesman, Former unknown job in Tallhassee; fired by Robert California as he planned to fire the Vice President of the Retail Store idea to save Nellie
- Frank - Former Warehouse Staff; fired for attempting to physically assault Pam
- Kevin Malone - Former Accountant; fired by Dwight
- Toby Flenderson - Former Human Resources; fired by Dwight
- Jim Halpert - Former Sales Representative, Assistant Regional Manager, Regional Co-Manager, Regional Manager and Assistant to the Regional Manager; decided to quit in order to move to Austin but was fired by Dwight for the severance.
- Pam Halpert - Former Receptionist, Sales Representative and Office Administrator, (briefly) "Secret" Assistant to the Regional Manager to Dwight; quit to join the Michael Scott Paper Company, rehired then decided to quit in order to move to Austin but was fired by Dwight for the severance.
- Karen Filippelli - Former Sales Representative; moved to Dunder Mifflin Utica and became Regional Manager of that branch
- Tom Peets - Deceased, committed suicide; Former Accountant
- Ed Truck - Former Regional Manager; died in Season 3, was retired for some time
- Luanne - Unknown; disappeared
- Ronni - Former Receptionist; laid off by Michael
- Marjorie - Unknown; disappeared
- Deangelo Vickers - Former Regional Manager; forced to leave due to serious head injury
- Robert California - Former Regional Manager; convinced Jo Bennett to make him CEO of Sabre.
- Gabe Lewis - Former Regional Director of Sales of Dunder Mifflin/Sabre; fired when Sabre was bought out
- Creed Bratton - Former Head of Quality Assurance; faked his own death after the documentary aired and was eventually arrested.
- Stanley Hudson - Former Sales Representative, retired.
The Office is rearranged at times due to additional employees or employee relations.
Changes in employees of Dunder Mifflin ScrantonEdit
- Devon White is laid off ("Halloween").
- Dwight K. Schrute is promoted from Assistant to the Regional Manager to Assistant Regional Manager (The Fight)
- Jim Halpert transfers to Stamford.
- Ryan Howard is promoted to salesman ("Gay Witch Hunt").
- Oscar Martinez goes on vacation ("The Convention").
- Jim Halpert, Andy Bernard, Karen Filippelli, Hannah Smoterich-Barr, Martin Nash, and Tony Gardner transfer to Scranton from Stamford. ("The Merger").
- Tony Gardner is fired ("The Merger").
- Martin Nash quits ("The Convict").
- Luanne quits.
- Hannah Smoterich-Barr quits ("Back From Vacation").
- Dwight Schrute quits ("Traveling Salesmen").
- Oscar Martinez and Dwight Schrute return ("The Return").
- Andy Bernard is sent to anger management training ("Ben Franklin").
- Phyllis Vance goes on honeymoon ("Business School").
- Phyllis Vance and Andy Bernard return ("The Negotiation").
- Ryan Howard is promoted to Vice President and transfers to Corporate ("The Job").
- Karen Filippelli transfers to Utica ("Fun Run").
- Meredith Palmer goes on sick leave ("Fun Run").
- Meredith Palmer returns ("Launch Party").
- Toby Flenderson quits and is replaced by Holly Flax ("Goodbye, Toby").
- Pam Beesly takes a leave of absence and is replaced by Ronni ("Weight Loss").
- Ronni is let go and replaced by Ryan Howard ("Weight Loss").
- Holly Flax is transferred to Nashua ("Employee Transfer").
- Pam Beesly returns as a receptionist ("Business Trip").
- Toby Flenderson is rehired as an HR representative ("Frame Toby").
- Ryan Howard quits ("Frame Toby").
- Michael Scott and Pam Beesly quit ("Two Weeks").
- Charles Miner becomes acting Regional Manager ("Two Weeks").
- Erin Hannon is hired as a receptionist ("Michael Scott Paper Company").
- Michael Scott is rehired as Regional Manager and Pam Beesly and Ryan Howard are rehired as salesmen ("Broke").
- Charles Miner is recalled to Corporate ("Broke").
- Ryan Howard is demoted back to temp ("Casual Friday").
- Megan, Mori, and Eric intern over the summer ("Gossip").
- Jim Halpert is promoted to Co-Manager and Michael Scott is demoted to Co-Manager ("The Meeting").
- Jim and Pam Halpert go on honeymoon ("Mafia").
- Jim and Pam Halpert return ("The Lover").
- Gabe Lewis is transferred to Scranton from Sabre Corporate ("Sabre").
- Nick is hired as an IT guy ("Sabre").
- Michael Scott is demoted to salesman and Jim Halpert is promoted to Regional Manager ("Manager and Salesman").
- Jim Halpert is demoted to salesman and Michael Scott is promoted to Regional Manager ("Manager and Salesman").
- Darryl Philbin is promoted upstairs from the warehouse ("St. Patrick's Day").
- Nick quits ("Whistleblower").
- Luke Cooper is hired as an assistant and quits ("Nepotism").
- Pam Halpert takes on the additional title of Office Manager ("Counseling").
- Danny Cordray is hired as a traveling salesman ("The Sting").
- Toby Flenderson takes a leave of absence and is replaced by Holly Flax ("Classy Christmas").
- Todd Packer becomes a full-time salesman and quits ("Todd Packer").
- Holly Flax quits ("Garage Sale").
- Toby Flenderson returns as HR representative ("Michael's Last Dundies").
- Michael Scott quits and is replaced by Deangelo Vickers ("Goodbye, Michael").
- Jordan Garfield is hired as Deangelo’s personal assistant ("The Inner Circle").
- Deangelo Vickers leaves post ("The Inner Circle").
- Dwight Schrute is promoted to acting Regional Manager and demoted back to salesman ("Dwight K. Schrute, (Acting) Manager").
- Creed Bratton is promoted to acting Regional Manager ("Dwight K. Schrute, (Acting) Manager").
- Jordan Garfield is let go.
- Creed Bratton is demoted back to Quality Assurance, Robert California is promoted to Regional Manager, then promoted to CEO ("The List").
- Andy Bernard is promoted to Regional Manager ("The List").
- Pam Halpert goes on maternity leave ("Pam's Replacement").
- Cathy Simms is hired as a temp ("Pam's Replacement").
- Susan California is hired as an accountant and quits ("Mrs. California").
- Pam Halpert returns from maternity leave ("Special Project").
- Cathy Simms and Erin Hannon quit ("Last Day in Florida").
- Nellie Bertram usurps the position of Regional Manager ("Get the Girl").
- Erin Hannon is rehired as a receptionist and Andy Bernard is demoted to salesman, then fired ("Angry Andy").
- Andy Bernard is rehired as Regional Manager and Nellie Bertram is demoted to Special Projects Manager ("Free Family Portrait Studio").
- Gabe Lewis is fired.
- Kelly Kapoor and Ryan Howard quit ("New Guys").
- Clark Green and Pete Miller are hired as Customer Service representatives ("New Guys").
- Andy Bernard goes on an unauthorized leave of absence ("The Boat").
- Clark Green quits ("The Whale").
- Clark Green is rehired as a Customer Service representative ("Suit Warehouse").
- Clark Green is promoted to junior salesman ("Junior Salesman").
- Andy Bernard returns ("Couples Discount").
- Alice and Gabe Lewis are briefly hired to Marketing ("Moving On").
- Andy Bernard is fired and replaced by Dwight Schrute ("Livin' the Dream").
- Darryl Philbin quits ("A.A.R.M.").
- Kevin Malone is fired and replaced by Dakota ("Finale").
- Toby Flenderson is fired and replaced by an unnamed man ("Finale").
- Stanley Hudson retires and is replaced by Malcolm ("Finale").
- Nellie Bertram quits and is replaced by an unnamed woman ("Finale").
- Creed Bratton quits and is replaced by Devon White ("Finale").
- Angela Schrute quits ("Finale").
- Jim and Pam Halpert are fired for severance pay, despite asking to quit so they can move to Austin. ("Finale").