From: Jaba, Chief Mockery Officer
Date: January 13, 2011
Re: Use of Email Signatures
It has come to my attention that many of you are not including your contact information in your email signature. This is quite annoying. You are not of sufficient importance such that I have your phone number memorized in the event I need to call you. Also, if your title is not included in the signature, I won’t be able to determine whether it’s even worth my time to reply to your email. Therefore, I am implementing a new policy where all employees shall include an email signature with all electronic communication. Per the guidance provided by Urlesque, your signature must follow the template laid out in my electronic signature:
Chief Mockery Officer
Future author of “How I Conquered Corporate America One Minion at a Time”
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