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Martini-Rossi Martini-Rossi 8 years
Getting flowers and stuff is ok but nothing more. We recently received an email from HR saying that we are NOT allowed to get personal mail at work.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
I'd do this if I had to. I can't have things left at my house. My friend won a TV and had it delivered here and they left in on the porch when no one was home. How dumb is that?
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I used to do this. I never wanted to risk something being stolen.
stefsprl stefsprl 8 years
My hubby got in trouble for doing this at his last job, but we totally lived in a ghetto apartment with a mailbox and front door that anyone could have had access to. He basically told them that it was his only option, and that they'd have to get over it...of course, it was a terrible job, and thankfully he was able to quit a few weeks later!
Sexymixer Sexymixer 8 years
Please!!! Everyone I work with gets thier packages delivered at work! Who the heck is going ot sign for them if no one is home?! Hello McFly!!!!
emalove emalove 8 years
Definitely don't do this.
nancita nancita 8 years
Ha! I totally do this. It's just too impossible to have anything but envelopes delivered to my apartment. It gets stolen or languishes at the post office for ages. I just feel bad for our office manager.
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