Staff at financial software business AIT in Oxfordshire never have to apologise - because someone will do it for them. The company employs an Apology Man, whose job is to roam from desk to desk delivering contrite messages from colleagues who have overstepped the mark. A sorry state of affairs? No, the firm's bosses claim it makes for a happy working environment by getting old worries off workers' chests without the embarrassment.
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