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Top Ten Signs Your Company Is About To Go Under
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You see the president of the company loading the trunk of his car with printer paper and staple pullers.
The ink in your ball-point pens are metered.
Employee appreciation gifts are actually stolen hotel towels.
They sold all of the manufacturing facilities to pay for the CEO's quarterly bonus.
The placard over the door is covered by a white sheet with "T.B.A." scrawled on it in black marker.
The CEO downgraded his golf membership to the local miniature golf course.
"Casual Friday" is replaced by "Casualty Friday"
You receive a memo telling you to disregard the segment that aired on 60 Minutes last night, as it was all lies.
(Krig the Viking)
Your client files are piled on the empty receptionist's desk next to a sign that says, "Please Take One."
Your boss catches you printing your resume on the printer, but only because he was wating for his to finish printing.
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