Instead of hosting the same old ho-hum holiday party, here are some great ideas for celebrations your employees will look forward to.
· Be sensitive to the beliefs of all your employees. Don't host a Christmas party. Plan a non-denominational event instead. Select a theme like "Winter Wonderland," "Toy Soldiers" or a "Snowman Sock Hop."
· If possible, try to hold the party away from the office to make the occasion more festive.
· Consider hosting a family event instead of an employees-only party.
· At parties where liquor is served, make arrangements to safely transport your employees to their homes after the party.
· For a party-on-the move, charter a bus and take employees on a tour of the best decorated homes and businesses in your area. Serve refreshments on board and have entertainment to keep the party lively in-between stops.
· Instead of hosting a typical event, invite employees and their families to attend a theatrical production such as "The Nutcracker" or a choral group performing holiday songs.
· In this season of sharing, make it easy for employees to give by setting up a collection of toys and non-perishable foods to be distributed to area charities.
· For interactive fun, rent out an ice skating rink for employees and their families to enjoy.
· To ensure the greatest appeal, get employees input into the holiday celebration by forming a committee to work on the event.
Make the holidays merry for your employees, and reap the rewards of their dedication and hard work throughout the year.
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