Gift Giving Etiquette?


Gift giving etiquette just says to give a gift if you receive a gift. At work, this can get tricky since you may have lots of co-workers and this will get expensive. Just keep it to a simple coffee mug or picture frame for their desk.
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1. Find out if there has been a precedent set regarding gift giving. Your office is likely to have a policy about gift giving. Ask about the policy and see what others usually do
That's a great story from Anon User. There are a couple other considerations in my view: 1. Nobody should be giving any colleague a present that looks like it encumbers them with
You are not specifying an occasion , but have also checked Business ethics.If it is strictly business, a small object of art typical of your country would be nice. If you are invited
No. Gifts are always voluntary. However, it is likely that the person giving the gifts will stop doing so if it is important to them that the gifts are reciprocated.
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