Reward Your Staff with these 10 Gift Ideas
Effectively engage your team by rewarding your employees for a job well-done. Aligning the rewards you will be giving to the things they truly value will make a big difference in how they are received. If this seems like a challenge, fear not! We’ve listed 10 gift ideas you can give your staff this holiday season to show you appreciate their efforts.
1. Statement Mug
The thing about mug is they are always in use, whether during their breaks in-between work or just a simple picker-upper to power through the day. What would make these mugs les boring is the motivational message etched on them, like “Employee of the Year.” It’s one way to tell your outstanding employees that you value their contributions and hard work.
2. Message Pens
Level up your gift game by adding a little extra touch to an ordinary pen. Positive messages pens are those which contain messages in a small rectangular box. Once the employee opens up the tin box, they’d see your message to them which may be in the form of motivational message or gratitude or even a personal note. It’s a good way to brighten up their day and fill them with motivation throughout another year of work.
Remind your employees that you see and value their hard work by giving them a calendar filled with motivational quotes. Aside from the fact that this would keep them organized and reminded of the holidays, it would also be a good way to give them a measure to keep track of their work days and outputs for current and upcoming projects.
Encourage your employees flexibility by giving them a notebook which they could fill of their daily tasks and notes from meetings. Not only will this inspire them to continue to be organized, but also to create a systematic environment for your team.
5. Desk Clock
Complete your employee’s productivity starter kit by giving them a desk clock. Not only would a nice-looking desk clock help them keep track of their schedule but this would also motivate them to work in a timely manner, completing all tasks in a timely manner.
Keep your team in their best shape by encouraging them to hydrate. Give them an insulated tumbler to keep their water cold or their tea warm to get them going. It’s up to you if you want to add a motivational statement or your company’s branding, as long as the item is durable and something your staff would definitely be able to use for a while.
7. Memo Box
Inspire your staff to continue to be organized with their work by giving them memo pads in various colors. These will give them the freedom to color-coordinate their responsibilities and ensure systematic delivery of their work items. It would not only take the dullness of their cubicle away but this would also be a good way for them to keep each other “posted” with regards to their work.
8. Company Apparel
Loud and proud! Have your team show-off their love for the company with apparel marked with your company’s logo. You can even schedule a day of the week where they can dress down and wear casual clothes using a shirt stamped or embroidered with your company’s logo. These apparels can also be worn when you have your company outings or team building activities.
9. Bag or Luggage Tags
Does your business involve lots of traveling? Reward your best employee with a customized tag they can use whenever they travel. The tag will make their luggage standout and keep it from getting lost.
10. USB Flash Drive
Give your team something they would definitely use in their day-to-day work. A USB flash drive is perfect for it! Make the design unique so it’s something the rest of the team would aim to have and encourage them to work hard.
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