Holiday Guide to Gifting Employees

Updated: Nov 19

Three Creative Tips to Share


This year has us thinking about, well, a lot, and let's forget about how stressful it must be to think about the holidays!


Typically, employers ask their teams for team bonding suggestions or reminding you to RSVP for their most epic holiday party.


Yet, 2020 is a little different, and we want to help you and your company with holiday gift-giving ideas.



Tip 1: Promote and Shop Small



Encourage your employers to shop small if they are going to gift this holiday season! Ask them about providing gift cards to local, Women-owned, or Black-owned small businesses.


Here are a few websites to consider: webuyblack.com, bostonwhileblack.com, or blackownedbos.com.





Tip 2: Suggest a Virtual Experience

Especially during this time of the year, intentional gifting is essential to your employers and us! If you have a team brainstorm for holiday party suggestions.


Consider an experience like a virtual wine tasting or paint party. It's a great way to spend time with your team, and most importantly, you can invite your loved ones and create something together, even if you're apart.



Tip 3: Ask for a Care Package




Ask your employers for a care package that has fun snacks, wellness teas, and inspiring journals with beautiful artwork on them. Even small businesses offer wholesale pricing, so let them know they can ask their vendor for products that fit their budget.






Bonus Tip: Ready or Not



Let the holiday season begin, but most importantly, stay safe and illuminate joy!




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