Saturday, 12 November 2016

The Four Gift-Exchange Ideas for Your Office Holiday Party

This is another season for cheer, happiness, eggnog and company holiday parties — which may turn to become giving gifts in the office. You may be thinking of exchanging gifts only with a couple of co-workers or employees, but why not give the whole team the chance to get into the holiday spirit? Okay, staring from the traditional Secret Santa exchange to gift themes, here you get the four fun gift exchange ideas to try at work this holiday season.
1.Coffee mugs: Almost everyone in the office drinks coffee or tea or, at the very least, has a use for a coffee mug. So in this regard, why not make gift giving much simpler by limiting your employees to exchanging fun and decorative coffee mugs? Assign everyone a random recipient (you can draw names from a hat, as in a Secret Santa exchange), and set a price limit. Now, in order to make it even more fun, you should have your employees fill their mugs with little edible treats, like candies or hot cocoa packets.
2.Charity exchange: Starting here now, instead of giving out presents, why not do some good while spreading holiday cheer? Have everyone write down their names and favorite charity on a piece of paper, put it in a hat and then let each employee take turns selecting names. Then, employees will make a small donation (again, set a limit for the amount) to that charity in the selected person's name.
3.Recipe baskets: In this regard here, even if it happen that you're not all that good at cooking, everyone has a favorite recipe. A fun alternative to giving actual presents is to exchange your favorite recipes, but not just a card with instructions. Employees should make a gift basket complete with the instructions and the ingredients needed to make the dish. To choose who gets which baskets, draw names out of a hat.
4.Gift grab: Here now, to do a gift grab (which is also known as a grab bag), all of your employees have to bring in a small, wrapped gift under a certain price limit. Then after that, they will put a number on each wrapped gift, place corresponding numbers in a hat and have participants draw one to determine which gift they get. Alternatively, don't label the gifts, and have all employees select theirs in the order of the numbers they drew. Thanks........

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