Philly-based RTO+P selected eight new hires, and instead of just welcoming said hires with smiles, handshakes, and awkward introductions, the agency has gifted the new employees with tiny paper dolls of themselves. It’s a small gesture, but one that shows the creativity and willingness to make a personal connection with new faces in the office (and this isn’t the first time). Plus, these dolls will make great desk ornaments. To show off a bit, RTO+P has created a one-minute video introducing the paper dolls. With the weird poppy music and stop-motion goofiness, this could be the opening credits for a bad European reality show. And I mean that as a compliment.
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