25 years of work present

jenic

Novice Member
He's had the nice meal, it has to be one item and i think it has to be a material thing, nothing financial that could be converted to cash.
 

Knyght_byte

Novice Member
basically it has to be tax deductable....lol

if he doesnt need anything then buy something that will hold its value for second hand selling :)

if he does need something...err...ask for it...lol
 

jenic

Novice Member
He has everything he wants, he like F1 and thought about getting one of those expensive official F1 models but its not something he really wants.

He was looking at a small photo printer but he knows it will never get used, i think he wants something to keep, a wall clock with pendulum is what he ideally wants but the one he found on the net wasn't available so they have told him to choose something else, we cant find any shops selling nice wall clocks.
 

metropolis

Active Member
160 quid for 25 years hard graft.i'm suprised your dad didn't tell them to stick the money up their arse, thats what i'm going to do next year when its my 25 years
 

Garrett

Moderator
ipod crazy said:
He has everything he wants, he like F1 and thought about getting one of those expensive official F1 models but its not something he really wants.

He was looking at a small photo printer but he knows it will never get used, i think he wants something to keep, a wall clock with pendulum is what he ideally wants but the one he found on the net wasn't available so they have told him to choose something else, we cant find any shops selling nice wall clocks.
What’s then vouchers you can get for special events, is there one for going for one going round the track????????
 

indianwells

Well-known Member
£160!!!!!!!!!!After 25 years??????????Tight arseholes:nono:
I give my staff a £400 voucher after 20 years.
You could add a bit to it and treat him to a day at Silverstone where I think they have 2 seater F1 cars you can go in with a pro driver.I know Jordan used to do it,don't know if they still do.That would be an experience he'd never forget.Much better than a clock IMO.He's just spent 25 years watching a clock!!!:thumbsup:
 

jenic

Novice Member
He has done the formula ford track day last year so he dosen't want to do it again.

Keep the suggestions coming
 

Ultima

Well-known Member
indianwells said:
£160!!!!!!!!!!After 25 years??????????Tight arseholes:nono:
I give my staff a £400 voucher after 20 years.
You could add a bit to it and treat him to a day at Silverstone where I think they have 2 seater F1 cars you can go in with a pro driver.I know Jordan used to do it,don't know if they still do.That would be an experience he'd never forget.Much better than a clock IMO.He's just spent 25 years watching a clock!!!:thumbsup:
Only £400:eek: Now who's tight.;)

To be honest, after you have given your staff a secure job for most of their life and no doubt paid them well for doing the job (if you didn't they would have left years ago) don't you think you as the employer should get the gift
and not the employee??? Loyalty works both ways.:rotfl:

Martin
 

jimbobaggins

Novice Member
Threesome in a brasshouse
 

Abbeygoo

Distinguished Member
What about just over a year's SkyHD subscriptions ...... ?? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
 

klr10

Novice Member
I'm in the same boat (yep lucky I know) used to be a mainframe engineer working for a California startup (Amdahl Corporation) eventually taken over (twenty years on) by Fujitsu - They don't seem to know what to do with me now but keeping me on so no complaints but a bit bored....
 

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