Eversheds launches campaign against stationery abuse
26 October 2012
has launched a campaign to stamp out rampant stationery abuse amongst its staff, declaring a stationery amnesty and sending out warning emails to those it suspects have been using the printers too much.
The UK may be emerging from a double dip recession but it seems times are still tough at Eversheds where every highlighter counts. According to an insider, the emails sent to staff identified as heavy printer users tell them exactly how much their wanton paper use is costing the firm per month.
Not satisfied with naming and shaming printing addicts, the firm has
also implemented an emergency stationery amnesty. Notices around the office encourage staff members who may have enjoyed the fruits of the stationery cupboard a little too much
to return excess items. No questions asked.
A sporting Eversheds spokeswoman said: "This is all part of our ongoing commitment to doing at least one ridiculous thing per annum that will produce good copy for RollOnFriday