• All of that would depend on WHY the person was departing, wouldn't it? For example, a person who was fired, might not be be given a farewell "send off," right? +5
  • It would all depend on a multitude of things. Why are they leaving? Are they leaving on good terms? Are they well liked? We typically reserve the party for people leaving for the ones who have been good employees leaving in good standing (retiring, transfering into a good opportunity for themselves, moving, etc.)
  • Things have changed greatly in the past 2 years. If it was a woman, there was cake and maybe a lunch. If it was a man, a lunch if people liked him. Now only a get together at a bar/restaurant after work if the person was liked by many.

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