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Xmas gifts for colleagues

Postby kittybank » Sat Dec 22, 2012 10:17 pm

Do u give your boss and staff xmas presents?

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Re: Xmas gifts for colleagues

Postby ChiefKiasu » Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:15 pm

kittybank wrote:Do u give your boss and staff xmas presents?


Yup. We do. It's the only time in the year to give something to people without being accused of brown nosing. :smile:

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Re: Xmas gifts for colleagues

Postby Namie » Sun Dec 23, 2012 9:48 am

We do, else next year will be a tough year. Also the gifts must show class, else they will end up being given away or in the dustbin.

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Re: Xmas gifts for colleagues

Postby TheAnswer » Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:12 am

Namie wrote:We do, else next year will be a tough year. Also the gifts must show class, else they will end up being given away or in the dustbin.


What kind of gifts show class? Doesn't it make every gift expensive? :moneyflies:

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Re: Xmas gifts for colleagues

Postby Namie » Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:16 am

TheAnswer wrote:
Namie wrote:We do, else next year will be a tough year. Also the gifts must show class, else they will end up being given away or in the dustbin.


What kind of gifts show class? Doesn't it make every gift expensive? :moneyflies:


About $30 - $40 per pax for subordinates and $80 - $120 for bosses. Not run of the mail stuff. Must select more exquisite stuff so that it also shows that sender has taste and class.

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Re: Xmas gifts for colleagues

Postby AdonciaTang » Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:26 am

=) You can always find nice things that doesnt require too much money. My dh and i spend about 15-20 bucks per present per staffs and 25-40 for those who are much more capable. Then those like our own PA, will get around $50? cause they work with us very closely so we have to get something more ex for them.

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