July 18, 2024

In a hilarious turn of events, the CEO of a major tech firm has just discovered that sending memes instead of memos may not be the best way to run a company.

Sources close to the CEO, who wishes to remain anonymous, say that he has been using memes to communicate with his employees for the past decade. From Grumpy Cat to Doge, he thought that humorous pictures were the perfect way to keep his team motivated and engaged.

But apparently, not everyone was laughing. Many employees found the memes distracting and unprofessional, and some even felt that they were a sign of disrespect.

The CEO, upon hearing these complaints, was shocked. “I had no idea!” he exclaimed. “I thought everyone loved my memes. I mean, they always got so many likes on our company chat!”

But after some soul-searching, the CEO realized that perhaps it was time to switch to more traditional forms of communication. “I guess it’s true what they say,” he mused. “There’s a time and a place for everything, even memes.”

In an effort to make amends, the CEO has announced that he will be sending out memos from now on. And to make up for lost time, he plans to send out at least 10 years’ worth of memos in the next month.

But don’t worry, fans of internet humor. The CEO isn’t giving up on memes entirely. He plans to start a company-wide meme contest, with the winner’s creation featured prominently on the company’s website.

As for the CEO himself, he’s taking it all in stride. “I guess you could say I learned my lesson,” he said with a grin. “Memes are great, but sometimes you just need to communicate like a grown-up.”

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