With the office Christmas party being a non-existent event this year, we look at how companies can gift their staff in other ways.
In an article by Retail Times, it mentioned that the team at www.hampers.com carried out a survey on corporate gifting and found “an 81.62% surge in the number of corporate gifts being purchased on the site since just before the UK went into lockdown on 20 March 20. The average order size taken by the team has varied greatly, from smaller SMEs ordering five units, to global companies gifting up to 164 of their UK based staff.”
As we journey through our second UK lockdown, we thought we would give you some suggestions of gifting ideas this Christmas to brighten up your employee’s day.
1. Make a Hamper
Why not build your own hamper, pick up some festive packaging and fill a basket or gift bag with luxury treats? If you’re a small company, you could even go one step further and personalise each one with a selection of treats tailored to the individual.
Our Christmas range is full of festive ribbons, bags and tissue paper to make your gifts look extra special.
Photo from @Countryliving
2. Treat Boxes
Treat boxes are becoming popular since the first lockdown in the UK. Delicious treats delivered to your employees is a great way to reward your staff and brighten up their day.
We love the up and coming treat box company Grazelicious (@grazelicous_uk) who deliver sweet and savoury treats in North London.
A book will help to keep your employees minds active. So why not get your employees to send you an Amazon wishlist with some book suggestions. You can then choose a book at random to send to them.
Get your employees into the festive spirt with a beer advent! We love the Bier Nuts 12 beers of Christmas craft beer box.
Alternatively if you know some gin lovers, the M & S light up gin bottles make a delightful gift.
Check out our range of festive bottle bags to present your gift in.
We hope that has given you a few ideas to put a smile on your employees faces!