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Top Ten Signs Your Company Is Trying To Save Money
(submitted by Speedy Gonzales)
New-employee training has been replaced by Dilbert cartoons.
Business travel now consists of a big box, bubble wrap and a trip to UPS.
Instead of paperclips, they sugget using chewed gum.
Two words - one ply.
Changed company name to "Place your ad here".
(Lotsa free marketing)
The new office health program? Shutting down the elevator.
Your christmas bonus check bounced.
(hey, it happened to me)
The CEO trades in his 150 foot private jet for a 149 foot private jet.
Cafateria lunch now costs $83.50.
Two words: bunk cubicles.
(Oops I did it again.)
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