Planning a holiday party for your employees can be unnerving. Especially when you still have to deal with the day-to-day running of work-related stuff. But that’s no excuse for planning a cliché party.
Planning a holiday party for your employee is an ideal way to strengthen your company’s morale and culture. It’s no secret that a company’s culture is good for business. When your employees feel like their efforts are appreciated and they have a work-friendly environment. They are more likely to remain consistent and enjoy working with you.
A holiday party is one way to show that you appreciate all their input over the year. Here, we are looking at some holiday party ideas your employee would love.
What’s cooler than reminiscing ol’ good memories? Deciding on a theme can set the tone for your holiday party. It will give room for your employees to get creative with their costumes. The holiday idea gives direction to your event.
With that said, there are a lot of themed-party ideas you can explore. Here is some idea’s:
-You can decide to choose your favorite decade and dress in such a setting.
-How about you vote on your favorite holiday movie?
-A color themed-party
-Novel-based themed-party (i.e Harry Potter)
Trivia is perfect for those still working remotely. It is a game that will put the knowledge and wits of your employees to test. The holiday idea transcends beyond answering questions. It also allows them to work as a team. Therefore, it can double as a fun and team-building activity. There are virtual software’s that allow you to have this fun event from the comfort of your home.
The next holiday party idea will be anything but boring for your employees. You can have the party in-person, virtual, or even hybrid. Take your employees out. Out of your workspace. Out of their comfort zones.
When done right, they could garner new experiences that will have them reminiscing for years to come. You can try out a party game. Here, your employees can decide on varieties of games from murder mystery, scavenger hunt, to escape room. Apart from that if you have the budget for a trip, you can try touring local attractions together as a team.
Giving Back to the Community
Lastly, you can make use of your holiday to make a difference. You can feed kids in need with imperishable foods. You can volunteer as a group for a few hours. Or better still come with any other altruistic idea. When you give back to the community, it will unveil the humanitarian side of your brand. Also, your employees will see that they are affecting obvious change in the world.