BLAINE, Wash., Oct. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Many companies have guidelines for corporate gift policy ethics to help minimize the appearance of conflicts of interest or special treatment by vendors, clients and customers. Some companies require employees accepting gifts at work to report gifts over a certain dollar value.
"Not all companies have corporate policies in place about accepting gifts at work or accepting gifts from customers," said Ken Strong, Totally Chocolate President. "When you're not sure about what to give, or how much it should cost, it's a good idea to select a gift that's for business—rather than personal—use, such as a gift with your logo engraved or printed on it."
"It can be awkward giving a gift that exceeds corporate policy limits, which is why Totally Chocolate's team of experts can help any business in selecting the ideal gift," said Katelin Simons, Totally Chocolate's Customer Experience Manager. "Our team is well-versed in selecting business gifts that meet most policy limits, offering multiple options that all deliver the surprise and delight everyone who receives them."
Totally Chocolate's Strong advises that when looking for corporate gift ideas that are more interesting than traditional corporate gift baskets, consider giving a luxury gift tower of custom engraved Belgian chocolate featuring a company logo or other unique artwork that communicates the value you place on the business relationship.
Many accountants and tax advisors agree that when a gift has a logo engraved or printed on it, that the gift is intended for business use and not necessarily subject to gift policy limits.
About Totally Chocolate
Totally Chocolate, founded in 1988, sets the standard for chocolate business gifts. Part of the Ganache Gourmet/Founders portfolio of specialty food companies, Totally Chocolate offers a vast range of Kosher-certified Belgian chocolate gifts, free of waxes and fillers. Totally Chocolate is located in Blaine, Washington, USA. Learn more at www.totallychocolate.com
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