Awesome holiday parties can be very tough to pull off, like any other event, you need to come up with a project plan that identifies the event details for that special employee holiday party. Theme, time, venue, guest, date, food and beverage selections, etc. It must all be well planned before you begin to execute your event.
“Now, there’s a lot out there that’s different – but what kind of different? The next thing I’m almost always told: we want something engaging. We don’t want to have another passive activity (or no activity); rather, we want to use the annual office fest to get people out of their shells, to interact and talk with one another, get out of the day-to-day working group silos which naturally form at any company, and really get a chance to engage with one another in a fresh and meaningful way.”
“Holiday cheer is not reserved for offices with the budget to rent out a grand atrium, stock an open bar, and curate a selection of artisanal hors d’oeuvres. Companies with small staffs and small budgets can still host memorable holiday parties that pack big fun.
Delight your employees with any of these small company holiday party ideas.”
“This year we reached out to the party planning experts for industry insights and advice to compile over a dozen pro-tips.
Whether you’re working with a whole Party Planning Committee, or it’s just little old you, putting together a corporate holiday party is no easy task. Keep reading for ideas on themes, activities, food, and more.”
“So you’ve been tasked with throwing your offices’ next big par-tay.
Whether it’s Employee Appreciation Day, a Halloween spooktacular, or the annual holiday bash, throwing the perfect office party is a lot of pressure.
Not only do you have to provide something for everyone, but fun social event ideas need to be new and different.”