- The “Company” – that’s us
- Cookie – A rather wonderful combination of butter, flour sugar and hopefully chocolate combined and cooked to perfection
- Greedy person(s) – An individual or group of individuals that has more than their fair share of cookies
- Dead Flies – a term used to indicate that raisins have been included in the cookie
- Cookies shall be provided at every business meeting that lasts (or is expected to last) more than 10 minutes.
- An individual may not consume a second cookie until all present have had their first cookie.
- Personnel may waive their right to cookies at any time. Waiving of cookie rights at any time should not be taken to mean that cookie rights have been waived in the future.
- Provision of cookies by the Company is considered by the HMRC as a “trivial” benefit. Greedy people should however take tax advice from an expert.
- There is never a wrong time to serve cookies
- A Dead Flies style of cookie is unnaceptable