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Man decodes HR’s ‘Long Service’ Congratulatory messages; Quits!

28, Apr 2015 By RT

Bangalore. Mr. Stayput, a man of late twenties, working in an IT company in the city has quit from his job today for an eccentric reason. Mr. Stayput walked into his office beaming as usual and was happy to see ‘7 years Long Service’ congratulatory wishes from HR, in an email. As the passers-by shook his hand and smiled a little broader than normal, Stayput suspected something was amiss.

Before the end of the day, Satyput had submitted his resignation, quit from his job and walked out. Faking News found the unusual circumstances under which Mr.Stayput has quit and exposed an internally circulated email, decoding HR messages. The ‘Long Service’ congratulatory messages are to be decoded as given below, read the forwarded email.

Once decoded, Satyaput retrieved all the emails from Spam Folder, as he used to mark most HR emails as SPAM!
Once decoded, Satyaput retrieved all the emails from Spam Folder, as he used to mark most HR emails as SPAM!

1 year – Watch out! We know you very well! 2 years – It’s about time you know us pal! 3 years – Finally we understand each other well! Welcome aboard! 4 years – Congratulations! We survived each other for one full year! 5 years – A bigger note here! Got something for you! Smile! If you think, you made us feel ‘We got to wait 5 years to do something good for you! We wished it could have been earlier’. Otherwise… 6 years – Didn’t we send a note to you last year? Still expect a note every year?

Please do not read between the lines! Our question will never be ‘Are you still here?’ 7 years – Are you still here? 8 years – Well! Got something for you again! It’s boring, these messages! 9 years – Hold on now! You are almost there! 10 years – You better believe it! Let’s re-phrase! We better believe it! We are the company now! 11,12,13,14,15… – Watch out pal! Most of them know us very well!