It is almost Thanksgiving again! Time is moving so fast but I’m sure most of us are okay with it this year. 2020 has been interesting to say the least. But the good news is, the holiday season is here – food, drinks, treats, family, friends and decorations. It is the best part of the year. It is also the part of the year to be the most thankful for what we have in front of us. For a lot of us right now that includes our jobs. Many people have lost their jobs or maybe have had to resign because they do not feel safe in enclosed offices.
Many years ago, giving your employees a Thanksgiving turkey was the thing to do; but now we do not have to be as extravagant. A small token of appreciation would be worth its weight in gold.
Stuck for Ideas? Here Is a List of the Easiest Gifts for Your Employees This Holiday Season:
At the end of the day it’s really the thought that counts. Making your employees feel appreciated and loved is all they want. They keep the company running and they deserve acknowledgment for the work they have done for you throughout the year.
No budget for a gift? A simple “thank you” can go a long way. Be safe and Happy Holidays!
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