Does Your Company Prohibit Holiday Gifts?

This time of year, 'appreciation' gifts become more common. With the holidays approaching, it is common for many to give gifts like candy, nuts, or maybe gadgets to customers. Some of you may both give and receive these in your business.

Some companies circulate notices that make it clear they don't accept gifts, typically to avoid the possibility of collusion or the appearance of graft. Here is one example:

Does your company prohibit this practice? Do you agree with it?

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