CHRISTMAS IN THE OFFICE: HOW TO REMAIN INCLUSIVE

Your workforce is unique and diverse in interests, beliefs, and backgrounds. Employees may be office-based, hybrid, or fully remote. No business looks the same, and each employee is an individual, so why do employers often choose a ‘one-fits-all’ approach to employee Christmas gifts and rewards?

From October onwards, Christmas messaging is everywhere. Though we’ll be talking about Christmas gifts and rewards, it’s essential to be mindful and inclusive, recognising that not all of your employees will celebrate what is a Christian holiday.

Making your employee Christmas gift and reward strategy as diverse and unique as the people you employ is easier and more cost-effective than you may believe. As a bonus, you can incorporate all the products featured in this blog into your business’s continuous reward and recognition strategy instead of solely using them for Christmas.

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In this blog, we take a look at: An inclusive approach to gifting, employee discounts, employee cashback card, and the gift of wellbeing and balance.