Office Politics: How to Know When to Share an Edible Fruit Bouquet

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At and other resourceful Web sites, most writers focus on how to make an edible fruit bouquet. But, few articles explain the art of how to share an edible fruit basket at the workplace.

If you receive an edible fruit bouquet at work, there are several case scenarios to consider. As the fruit bouquet can affect workplace politics, don’t underestimate its power. Before you decide, choose YES or NO.

1) Do coworkers normally share treats with others in your office?

2) Is the edible fruit bouquet sizable enough to share with three other people?

3) If you decide to keep the edible fruit bouquet to yourself, will the wrath of your selfishness outweigh sharing it?

4) Will the fruit turn brown before you can get it home?

5) Is sharing food with your boss the key to your next raise?

6) Are only a few items included in the edible fruit bouquet your favorite snacks and treats?

7)  Are you concerned about coworkers who have the flu contaminating your edible fruit basket?

8) Do you lack a private hiding spot to conceal your edible fruit bouquet so you don’t feel obligated to make an office offering?

If you answered is “yes” to four or more questions, then you must share your edible fruit basket with your coworkers. However, it’s completely acceptable for you to remove your favorite elements of your edible fruit bouquet, leaving the remaining pieces for everyone else.

Office politics loophole: If your workplace has a strict band on employees eating at their task, it’s unnecessary to share. 

Edible Fruit Company – Contingencies

Certain edible fruit baskets are meant for sharing than others. Like take, Edible Arrangements fruit bouquets, these edible fruit basket have a short lifecycle. Since the fruit is carved in flower shapes, these edible fruit bouquet should be consumed within 48-hours or less, (particularly before the fruit starts to turn brown from oxidation).

With an edible fruit bouquet from Cherry Moon Farms, or Harry and David, sharing is optional. Since, the fruit arrives in full pieces, this has an enduring lifecycle that doesn’t require sharing with coworkers. Unless of course, you don’t really like fruit…

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