Sending care packages to employees shows your appreciation for their hard work. Care packages help boost morale, maintain team cohesion, and promote company culture. Having a care package theme can help them feel thoughtfully put together! Here are five themes that can help you get started!
A care package filled with a variety of snacks is a great way to show your appreciation for your employees. It’s also a great way to keep them energized and motivated throughout the workday. If you know your employees’ favorite snacks, be sure to include them!
A yoga mat, resistance bands, essential oils, massage coupon, or a water bottle can help employees stay well physically and mentally. This is a great way to show your employees that you care about their health and well-being.
Various pens, notepads, and office supplies can make work pleasant for your employees. It will also make sure your employees have the proper tools they need to do work! This is a great way to show your appreciation for their hard work and dedication.
A wireless charger, headphones, or a new laptop mouse can help with remote work. You should always make sure your employee technology is up to date! You can also provide them with ergonomic tools to make sure they’re comfortable. This is an easy way to show your employees that you value their work and want to make it easier for them.
A cozy blanket, a book, or a puzzle can help employees relax, have fun, and recharge. These tools can help employees destress, and stay comfortable in the workplace. With care packages, you should focus on providing extra benefits to employees. Anything they need for work should already be provided.
The above 5 themes are great places to start when making care packages for your employees. There are a few more things to remember before sending your care packages out!
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