A few months ago we showed you how to plan a corporate picnic. Now that summer is over, it’s time to start planning your holiday party.
We have curated the internet’s best, unique and most comprehensive lists so that you don’t have to waste your time searching for them. After all you have party planning to do.
Holiday Party Tip List
Much like our corporate picnic post, this holiday party planning guide is less of a checklist,and more of guide on things to consider when planning. It weighs in on some important questions such as “Are families invited?” and “Should we do a potluck?”
Read Careeralism’s post on 7 Tips for Planning a Holiday Office Party
Important Corporate Event Detail.
We won’t spoil it here, however Your ERC’s article got it right with their number 10 item in this one.
This is what makes the difference between good company culture and great company culture. Their 10-step Holiday Party Planning Checklist is a great starting point for anyone new to organizing an event or a simple reminder to veterans.
Something for Large Companies.
Diversity is always a hot button in corporate environments. The larger your organization, the higher the probability of excluding one or more individuals or groups. Recognizing there are higher and higher levels of diversity in your business is important. Monster’s article (The job recruitment site) has their Diverse Workplace Holiday Party Planning Guide that touches on great points to consider.
That should do it for lists and tips to get you started on your successful holiday event planning. To put the cherry on top, here’s how you can get a Professional Santa Claus and an Instant Print Photo Booth for entertainment and memories. Two items checked off your list!