The cookoff ends precisely at 1 p.m. Anyone caught eating chili at their desks after 1 p.m. will be investigated and reprimanded (possibly fired) unless they have prior written permission from their supervisors.
Chilli - $5
Your Ethics File “misplaced” - $50, in two $20 & two $5 billd, non-sequntial
Your Co-Worker’s File - $100, and a signed “Non-Dislosure Agreement”
Your Boss’ File - $217.55, run as a Debit, on a card, listed as “Party Favors” in your bank statement.
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Let’s cut them a little slack here, folks. The more they appreciate that they are human, perhaps the more they will appreciate that we are, and that there’s a difference between mickey mouse bs and corruption
A flyer for the EEC Chili Cook-off in October, 2012. Investigations have shown that this was actually a clever ruse to allow the EEC to place tracking devices inside the bodies of all employees, allowing the EEC to track their movements at all times.
However, they did not achieve 100% coverage, due to the $5 fee charged to participate. Some employees opted out. It was revealed that the $5 charge was to cover he cost of the devices. EEC did not have enough funds to cover the cost due to budget cuts.