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  • By Jonathan Ruales
  • In DIY
  • Posted December 4, 2015

Quick Corporate Holiday Party Ideas

Tis’ the season to start brainstorming corporate holiday party ideas! These parties are more often mocked than appreciated, feared more than longed-for — but they are a steadfast ritual during the holiday season.

These gatherings can be fun and festive if everyone is conscious in behaving well — letting too many people get wild could end in disaster.

Whether or not you’re a social butterfly, holiday parties are a great way to relax and get to know your coworkers on a different level. Some are newbies in the world of the company holiday party, while others are seasoned vets. Whichever describes you, attending can be rewarding and fruitful.

Hosting a party that shows your appreciation for a year of hard work without breaking the bank isn’t easy.

So here are some simple yet effective ideas to try at your next office bash!

Organize a dessert swap.

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Anyone who’s interested in participating can whip up some desserts and trade with others at the event!

Hold a Contest.

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Orchestrate a competition for things such as most festive socks or ugliest sweater.

Coordinate a gift exchange.

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There’s a myriad of creative ways to exchange gifts! Some familiar examples include: Cobweb party (Victorian era game), White Elephant, Secret Santa, or a “musical chairs” gift exchange!

Give outdoor prizes.

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Raffle off some prizes like gift cards, ornaments or smartphone docks. Be creative! You can also give out gifts under humorous perquisites, like “first person to bring me a #2 pencil” or “person with the most keys.” Think outside the box, the whole reason you’re having is for fun!

Have Fun

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The important thing is to have a great time. Some of these ideas will help get your holiday party rolling! This is a time for your employees to relax and enjoy. Be sure to show them your appreciation for all their hard work they put in throughout the year, and make sure everyone gets a gift!

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