20 Awesome Thank You Gifts for Your Employees This Holiday Season
The holiday season is quickly approaching and gift-giving is well on its way. Do you know how you will thank your employees this year?
Some companies have big parties in the office or go to a fancy restaurant for a special celebratory dinner, but a lot of companies give their staff holiday gifts. For all you gift-giving employers out there, here’s a nice little run down of great promotional products that will make wonderful thank you gifts for employees and promote your brand as well.
Customizable Office Essentials
If you’re looking to give your employees something they could use every day for work, QLP has the perfect assortment of thank you gifts for you. The Deluxe Executive Vintage Leather Padfolio is perfect for the person who loves to stay organized and have everything at their fingertips. It comes in a neutral black or brown, has lots of great pocket space on the inside cover and looks very expensive. Any employee would be ecstatic to receive one of these as a gift. Another great office item gift would be the Frame/Clock/Desk Organizer. The all-in-one design is perfect to eliminate desk clutter and looks very sophisticated. Or, for personalized holiday gifts that really make an impact, go with custom ornaments, the Trio Digital Photo Frame, or a Create-a-Globe!
Giving your employees a custom holiday gift is a great way to thank them for a job well done this year, and as an added bonus you could promote your business in the process. Your staff will appreciate your generosity and continue to give you great service as a result. Keeping your staff happy will keep your customers happy, and that’s the key to doing good business.
Which holiday gifts have you given to your employees in the past? Do you have any favorite thank you gifts from a current or past employer?
Jen is a QLP data entry specialist. She enjoys researching and writing about new gadgets, trends and current events. Her favorite pastime is shopping and she considers herself a Food Network/HGTV junkie. Jen spends most of her free time hanging out with friends and family, planning her wedding, and spoiling her Pomeranian, Roxy. Someday she wants to travel the world and learn more about other cultures.