The Loch Ness Award for least likely to be found.
Business superlatives can be good or bad, usually taking the form of "most likely to" or "least likely to". They typically take the form of "[Award Title] for most/least likely to [attribute]." There are lots of people in the office who are worthy of work superlatives. They include:
- the employee always eating other people's food
- the person most likely to lose paperwork
- the worker most likely to forward annoying emails
- the person most likely to put their foot in their mouth
- the employee least likely to arrive on time
- the staff member most likely to be surfing the Internet instead of working