Give the gift of a happier office culture (even when WFH)
What is office culture? More than just beanbags!
You’ve carefully curated the ideal workplace environment, adjusted to a flexible hybrid working model, found a space for the office dog and are proudly practicing your fair and inclusive company values. So what else can you add to create the perfect office culture?
Marking occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, company milestones and the changing seasons makes a big difference to your culture. Here’s how treating your teams to gifts can help build a better office culture – even when folks are working from home.
Spread the love heart 🧡
Everyone deserves to be recognised for their hard work, and a well-timed gift is the perfect way to make team members feel seen and appreciated. Good cheer is also surprisingly infectious – as anyone who’s ever brought a birthday cake into the office knows!
Quality counts 👌
Gifts that feel like a cheap afterthought can backfire on you, making people feel less appreciated rather than more. Choosing quality gifts is key to nurturing a positive office culture. And remote colleagues don’t need to feel left out, encourage connection with gifts delivered to their door.
Don’t be a gifting wizard! 🪄
That’s right, you don’t have to guess what gift each of your colleagues would like (apart from cake. Everyone loves cake.) Employees really appreciate being given choice when it comes to gifting – luckily there are plenty of customisation options on Huggg’s gifting platform.
Our gifts with choice range allows recipients to pick something they really want from a selection including hot drinks, scented candles, luxury stationery, alcoholic drinks and much more.
Some of our favourite sustainable gifts
A sustainable gift is a great way to show colleagues you care about them – and the planet we share.
Circular & Co reusable coffee cups and water bottles
These attractive gifts are made from recycled one-use coffee cups or water bottles, and are designed to last for 10 years!
Delicious beers from Toast Ale
Toast Ale uses surplus bread (which reduces food waste) to produce their beer. Not only does their process create refreshing beer, they use less land, water and energy to avoid carbon emissions.
Warming teas or zingy kombuchas from TeaPigs
Everyone loves a cuppa, and these delicious teas are completely plastic-free – from the packaging to the tea bags themselves. They’re also a sustainability-focused B corp company, which we love. And for the adventurous, we have the Kombucha taster pack.