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You don't want to be Scrooge this holiday season, but it might be a bit too late to order a Christmas turkey for everyone in the office. Do you default to a Starbucks gift card or an envelope of cash? No way!
There's still plenty of time to get an affordable, last-minute holiday gift for your staff. Here are our top seven recommendations.
Don't fight the holiday weight gain, encourage it with some tasty gifts. And chocolates are the perfect indulgent gift. Cookies are boring and cakes don't last, but chocolates are simple, sweet, and readily available. You can buy several boxes to hand out to staff and coworkers, or get fancy put together individualized collections of artisanal bars and cacao nibs.
If you have staff that you've worked particularly hard throughout the year, give them a break by booking them a spa day. Nothing says you recognize someone's contributions like a nice massage.
Of course, spa days aren't cheap. If you need to penny pinch a bit, or are buying gifts for a lot of people, a nice candle is a great way to say "relax and indulge," without pulling out a Benjamin. Most good department stores will have a quality selection.
Go the event route and give tickets to the theater or a sports game. This can be especially easy and cost effective if you're buying for a large group, letting your holiday gift turn into a firm night at the ball game, for example.
You probably can't get everyone a Microsoft Surface for the holidays, but you can improve the functionality of their existing tablets and pads with a simple keyboard. For about $50, you can grab a tablet keyboard that will snap in to mobile devices, making word processing on the go a million times easier. Sure, it's not a sexy gift, but it is incredibly practical.
Classy and classic, a nice wine is a great holiday gift. Simply pick up a quality wine, grab a gift bag, a card, and you're Santa.
Wait, we said no gift cards, but we're recommending gift baskets? Yep. For one simple reason: gift baskets are great for groups, like the office across the hall or the staff at the local courts.
If these seven suggestions aren't what you're looking for, remember: there's always fruit cake.
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