Knomo Padstow 13" Brief
Snack Break Gift Basket
12 Piece Collar Stay Set
Silver and Onyx Cuff Links
Onyx and Mother of Pearl Checker Step Cuff Links
D.L. & Co Naughty & Nice Journal
Herschel Supply Co. "City" Backpack
Moustache Tie Bar
Knomo Jackson 15" Top Handle Flap Brief
Oval Wave Cufflinks
Knomo Portland Place Large Expandable Tote
Chocolate Bliss Box with No Ribbon
Life Force Personalized USB Cell Phone Charger
Elegant Twist Bamboo
Stewart/Stand Color Block Stainless Steel Clutch Wallet
3-Photo Collage Personalized USB Cell Phone Charger
May the Force Be With You Cufflinks
Knomo Classic iPhone 6 Plus Folio 5.5"
Stewart/Stand Color Block Clutch Wallet
Sparkling Trio Wine Gift
Gunmetal 2GB USB Flash Drive Cufflinks
Knomo Montague 15" Backpack
Deluxe Playful Perfection Bouquet
Knomo Dundee 17' Single Zip Brief
Whether it’s a grad’s first position out of college or a graduation to the corner office, recognize the hard work and dedication that goes into achieving a new job.
Long days and nights at the workplace are often required when getting a new job. Many times those lengthy hours are fueled with caffeine. How about a coffee cup mug warmer that plugs into a USB port so cold coffee is never an issue again? If the employee is a woman, gift her an elegant tote to carry her laptop or important papers. Is a suit required to be worn each day? Consider an elegant tie clip or cuff links. Top off the stylish look with a man’s messenger bag for documents and presentations.
All work and no play makes for a dull day. Liven up the office with a silly gift that the worker can enjoy and share with co-workers. How about a citation notepad to write up employees who eat stinky lunches at their desk? Or a personalized name plate with a tongue-in-cheek job title like “Chairman of the Bored” or “Best Paper Pusher.” Or for the super stressed out person who needs a clone to assist in getting all their work done, perhaps a custom-created bobble head in the person’s likeness. Ultimately, it won’t be helpful with the workload but it will break the ice at the new job by becoming a conversation starter before any meeting.