I know you laughed as hard as I did…
A corporate Christmas gift, from a corporate big-wig, sent to a corporate weeny. It was a ridiculously funny scene. It was art imitating life. It hit close to home.
It was the Christmas gift (or some version of it) we could all see ourselves receiving from a terrible boss, at a terrible company.
27 years ago, on December 1st, Clark W. Griswold reminded the world just how bad a corporate gift could be when he received a “1-year membership to the Jelly of the Month Club.”
It was more than thoughtless, it did nothing to thank Clark for his hard work or show him that his company cared.
Why should this matter to you?