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I've been working at this place for about a year now, sharing an office with one older woman. She's leaving next week and I feel like a gift is in order. A kind of "thank you" for your company almost 8 hours of every weekday for the past year.
1st of all, is this a common gift occasion? This being my first job out of college, I'm unfortunately unaware of the protocol. Other people have left recently, but no one I would call a frequent acquaintance, so there was no thought of anything more than a "good luck!" email/card. This particular lady has been helpful and encouraging to me for just over a year now and I'd like to say "thank you."
2nd of all, if it is a gift giving occasion, what do I give? She is an older woman and a mother of 1. She's also of Indian descent so I think there are some dietary rules(if I'm to consider a gift basket/certificate).