The holiday party at work is one of the best events all year. If you are a boss or office manager, you want to treat the people who make it all happen with a holiday party. It’s a good idea to ask people what they would love to see at the party. Gathering input and suggestions early on in the process helps to build buzz for the event. You can use easy polling tools to gather feedback from your colleagues. To design an event that your employees and coworkers would love, read this blog to find the best ideas for your office holiday party.
Making sure you are choosing the right one to fit all of your employees is super important. If your budget is tight, consider hosting your party in your office space. You can put more of your budget into decor and activities than booking a venue. Although it may be a little different, hosting your holiday party in the office space will save people energy if they already come in. Booking a venue is also a great option. Employees may appreciate getting out of the office. Hosting a party in your office space or at a venue is a great start to planning your holiday party.
The most popular time to host an office party is the holiday season. That is from Thanksgiving until the end of December. It is also important to brand your holiday party right, including all celebrations during this time of year. There is a trend to do your holiday party in January. Because event planners and venues book up fast, hosting a holiday party after the new year could be another great option.
There are countless activities to do at a holiday office party. A “Secret Santa” is a great way to get the office excited for the party and for coworkers to get to know one another. A potluck party is another option. Everyone brings one dish, and it is buffet style.
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