3 Tips for Spreading Company Cheer During the Holidays

The holidays are a busy time for most companies. There’s the rush to wrap up important projects before everyone leaves for time with family, the push to fulfill orders and make deliveries on time for the customers who rely on you to provide their holiday magic, and don’t forget about planning and organizing the office holiday party and any other arrangements for spreading the annual dose of celebratory cheer. This guide will help you get organized and pull together a plan for low-stress, no-hassle holiday preparations!

Give the Gift of Goodies

If you have important customers or other folks your company wants to send some holiday cheer to, then unique corporate gift baskets is a great solution. These assorted treats are sure to bring a smile to your valued clients, employees and business supporters, and ordering these beautiful baskets is quick and easy.

Host Holiday Hang Outs

Whether you have an official office holiday party or not, it’s always nice to provide informal opportunities for festivity. A cookie-bake off, carol karaoke excursion, white elephant gift exchange, or office decorating competition are all great ways to bring a spark of creativity and celebration to the office.

Keep it Casual

The trick is to keep these events light, fun and informal. You want to ease the stress of this busy time of year, not compound it by pressuring your peers into activities they may not have time for. The goal is to set a tone of joy and to provide opportunities for gathering and celebration. If you provide a casual environment for relaxation and festivity, your coworkers will appreciate the consideration and cheer. If, on the other hand, folks feel like their time, space and attention is being encroached on, your efforts will backfire.

Don’t let the time crunch of the holidays or the pressure to make things “perfect” keep you from enjoying this time and spreading the joy. Keeping your celebrations considerate, casual and cheery are the keys to a fun, festive, and no-fuss holiday season in the office.