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Monday, December 1, 2014

Funny Certificates for Employees

When it comes to Funny Employee Awards, there is one name you can trust – Larry Weaver. This prolific author and professional stand-up comedian released the first edition of Funny Employee Awards in 2008. He had no idea he was starting a worldwide phenomenon.
From 101 Funny Employee Awards by Larry Weaver
Weaver doesn’t claim that he came up with the concept, only that he introduced it to the masses through his original site, 

He began incorporating the awards into his stand-up comedy performances for company events as early as 2006. 

He later moved operations to – both to expand into non work-related awards, and because the domain was shorter and easier to remember.

There’s no denying that Weaver is an expert at using humor in the workplace. He has the unique experience as both a professional touring stand-up comedian, and as company employee.

Weaver has a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina and worked for 10 years as a consultant. He’s seen his share of interesting employees and unusual workplace situations.

Some of the 101 employee awards honor those employees who:
  • can fix anything
  • are never around
  • love Wednesdays
  • don’t explain things well
  • are ready to go when needed
  • always puts foot in mouth
  • will eat anything left out
  • are eager to quit working
  • always tells the truth
  • start the week in a bad mood
Funny Employee Awards has been used across the Globe. The original book is even registered at the U.S. Copyright Office.

Weaver is fanatical about customer satisfaction. Every purchase comes with his cell phone number. He personally handles all support calls. And he offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee.

Weaver sells the employee awards directly to consumers through his site

If you want to purchase 101 Funny Employee Awards, look for 3 things: the author’s name “Larry Weaver”, his photo on the cover, and “” in the URL.

101 Funny Employee Awards

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