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Celebrating the Holidays in a Hybrid Working World

The holiday season is a perfect time to show your thanks and appreciation to your employees for a job well done, and celebrating is a great way to foster a sense of community and connection. However, many organizations no longer have their entire team under one roof.

For those that have adopted a hybrid office model, here are a few holiday activities that include both remote and in-person employees.

A holiday party for all- You can't go wrong with a holiday party featuring ugly sweaters, festive karaoke, and/or good food. Include remote employees by live streaming the event and including them in any group conversations or activities. You can also send them care packages and/or have local food delivered for their enjoyment.

Organizing a gift exchange- A cost-sensitive and fun gift exchange is a great way to help employees get to know each other. Remote employees can have their gifts received or sent by mail, and can join the exchange virtually.

Weekly holiday challenges- Whether employees are at home or in the office, quick activities such as cookie decorating and gingerbread house competitions can add a bit of excitement to their day.

Spreading cheer via a holiday channel- Start a channel on your preferred team messaging platform for employees to share work-appropriate holiday pictures, anecdotes, traditions, playlists, and so on.

Giving back to the community- Collaborate with employees near and far to select a charity for your organization to donate to. You can also organize a day of volunteer work at said charity, and encourage remote employees to volunteer closer to their home.

Looking for even more ideas on how to reward employees and enhance your workplace culture? Get in touch with us today for the latest in HR expertise.


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