Michael Bloomberg to Minions: Show Me Your Nametags

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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 18:  New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg pauses after speaking to the Economic Club of New York in what is being billed as his last major speech as Mayor of New York City on December 18, 2013 in New York City.  Bloomberg, who is down to his final two weeks in office after 12 years of running New York, leaves behind a city that has made great gains in development, crime reduction and tourism but is still nagged by a large number of both homeless and impoverished residents. Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio has promised to focus more on low income housing and easing the strain for poor and working class New Yorkers when he takes over on January 1, 2014.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Photo: Spencer Platt/2013 Getty Images

Obviously, it’ll take some time to learn everyone’s name, so if I don’t recognize you immediately, please bear with me,” said the ex-mayor, now back in charge at his eponymous company, in a memo obtained by the Huffington Post. “One thing that helps are the badges we all wear around our necks,” which should be visible at all times, Bloomberg requested. And if he still doesn’t recognize you, you’re probably fired.