is the time for giving, so to avoid being a Scrooge this festive season, here
are a few ways to show your employees you care:
See a Broadway Show
If you work
in a relatively small office, treating your fellow employees to a group outing
to your nearest Broadway Theatre is a great choice. Just visit sites like www.ticketsales.com for great options like White Christmas the Musical, a festive favorite for many.
gift-exchange or ‘secret Santa’ so that everyone gets to give and
receive a gift. Make sure everyone picks a name out of a hat, set the budget
and have a Christmas Tree set up to leave gifts underneath.
If you want
to encourage people to get into the Christmas spirit, slacken the uniform rules
for the last week or day of work to let people wear their best (ugliest)
a Christmas Party
A great way to celebrate is with a Christmas
party, so that everyone can enjoy a glass of Prosecco and a mince pie together.
Don’t forget the cheesy music too.
works hard all year-round, but Christmas makes a great opportunity to give out
bonuses, especially as it’s the time of year when many people struggle more
the office on a cold, dark morning to be greeted with food is certainly a great
way to perk everyone up. Buying breakfast for everyone is a treat that will be
it takes several cups of good coffee to make it through the late nights, so
treating everyone to a coffee, or their preferred hot drink, will put smiles on
a date for a reservation for Christmas dinner is a great idea, to spend
valuable time with your employees outside of the busy office hours. Sitting
down together for a meal is something everyone can enjoy.
If it’s the
last day, letting everyone finish early will end the day on a positive note.
Much like the feeling of leaving school early on the last day, finishing up a
workday earlier than normal is a great feeling.
regular workday with a chance to volunteer can warm everyone’s hearts. You and
your employees can feel the positivity of giving to others; a brilliant use of
11. Food Swap
your employees to bring in home-made festive foods, so that everyone can get a
taste of different kinds of festive favorites. Everyone has their own ideas
about what makes the perfect meal and bringing in homemade goodies gives people
the chance to share their favorite foods and try something new.
12. Not Just Christmas
list primarily mentions Christmas activities, not everybody celebrates
Christmas. There are other important holidays to remember and celebrate during the festive
season, so give appreciation to your employees who celebrate Hanukkah and
your employees that you care this holiday season keeps everyone in high spirits,
including you. Getting all the work done and completed is important, but it’s
also important to spread compassion too.