I talked about Japanese Valentine Day before.
70% of office lady object to exchanging gift in Valentine Day.
Because Japanese office would have a small drama in the day.
Many companies set up unique rules in Valentine Day for reducing problems.
It’s seriously real rules but, it sounds a bit funny.
<A thing to purchase is fixed>
“We must give GODIVA!!”
“The chocolate gift must be small package for giving both boy and girl”
“Many staffs do not like sweets so gift must be except chocolate”
<The giving gift shows difference by a grade in the office>
“By the rank of the grade, attaching accessories, tie, handkerchief”
“Office ladies are Line up and give chocolate one by one for a vice-chairperson”
<Anti Valentine Day>
“Presents are under ban in Valentine day”
“Instead of presenting it to Valentine, raising funds”
<For reducing love trouble in the company>
“You must not present it other than a favorite”
“A single woman hands it to bachelorship and should not be misunderstood so a married person hands chocolate to all man”
When I worked in Japan, My company did’t have such of rules!!