In a small business environment, teams are small and relationships tend to be stronger. Finding that perfect gift can be difficult whether you are working together or single-handedly. Here are some PC-safe suggestions.
If your boss loves his gadgets, check out Powermat.com this holiday season. Listed at $99.99, the Home and Office Mat is a single charging station, reducing the hassle of charging all of your devices with separate cords.
Buy a box of Heidi’s Heavenly Cookies for your boss this holiday season. For only $45 you can buy the sweet Holiday Whimsy assorted box of individually-made cookies.
Buy your boss a personalized item from American Personalized Products. For example, this Initial Book End is under $30, and can be great for a work desk or home office.
As a team, buy your boss something from Voice Quilt for under $100, and have the opportunity to voice your gratitude. Each person can call a toll free number and record a thank you note, anecdote, holiday or New Year wish, etc.
Donating to charities like the Make-A-Wish Foundation in your boss’s or company’s name can make for a positive contribution toward morale during the holiday season. Get creative and maybe donate your airline miles to help grant wishes this year.
Author Jacqueline Whitmore said while it is not necessary to get your boss a gift, there is nothing politically incorrect about choosing to, either. The former holiday gift-giving consultant recommended employees join forces.