It’s the season of giving thanks, and although holiday celebrations will look different this year, there are still things you can do at the office to get in the turkey day spirit! Whether you are back in your shared workspace all together or working remotely, we have five activities that any team can enjoy, no matter where you are in the world!
With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, the holiday season has begun. This time of year is about relaxing, being with family, and of course, stuffing ourselves with festive treats. However, the period between Thanksgiving and the New Year can be hectic at work. Between time off, adjusted schedules, remote work, and end of year deliverables, the happiest time of the year can quickly turn into the most stressful. This year, plan to have a smooth holiday season- one where you can be productive at work and still have ample time for celebrations!
Halloween looks a little different this year, with activities like haunted hayrides and trick or treating in the neighborhood canceled. We are one week out from the spookiest day of the year, and although typical celebrations are paused, there are still many ways that you can celebrate the day with your coworkers! October is a tough month. The sunny days of summer are over, and we are not quite in the holiday season. Everyone could use a reason to let loose and enjoy themselves! Here are five safe and fun ways to celebrate Halloween at work:
Every October 16th is National Boss’s Day! While the holiday isn’t as widely celebrated as other appreciation days, in these times, it’s a reason to connect with your boss and show that you care. Even if you were unaware of the holiday until this moment, there are many last-minute ways to celebrate and make your boss feel special. No matter if you are in the office together or still working remotely, show appreciation for your boss today in these five different ways.
International Woman’s Day (IWD) occurs every year on March 8th. Starting as an observance organized by the Socialist Party of America in 1909, this day turned into an international celebration when the United Nations officially marked the date and popularized the holiday in 1975. This year’s slogan is #EachforEqual, which aims to get people thinking about how they can help forge a gender equal world. IWD serves as a time to honor women’s achievements and recognize the strides that have been made towards equality- as well as the work that is still left to be done. Below are three easy ways to celebrate women in the workspace this March, or any month of the year!
The week between Christmas and New Years poses a challenge to companies, and especially small business owners, everywhere: how can I leave work for a week and keep the business going? Whether you’re working remote or on vacation, many people elect to stay out of the office during the last week of the year. The most wonderful time of the year can quickly turn into the most stressful time if you have to worry about keeping your workspace in order.
With a week left until the holidays, there is still time to celebrate the season at work! Even though shared workspaces have their events, kick the festivities up a notch with these five easy ways to make the most of the holidays at work. Requiring little prep but packing a big punch, we have you covered- whether you want to engage within your own company, bond with fellow remote workers, or celebrate with your workspace neighbor!
As the holidays get closer, people become more checked out at work. While the season is full of fun, it’s still important to end the year on a strong note at work. Finding this often elusive balance of work and play at the office will make for a happy environment as the year comes to a close. To finish out the year and eliminate stress during days off, we've rounded up four tips that will help everyone stay engaged at the office throughout the next few weeks.
For many people one thing weighs heavily on their mind during the holidays: vacation time. December will likely be the most popular month of the year for paid time off (PTO) requests. The average American has 10 days of PTO per year, along with 10 federal holidays. The end of the year not only brings up issues on how to handle PTO, but also how to plan for the next year, what days are rolling over, and if any time needs to be used up. This week, we’re breaking down how to navigate vacation time so you can enjoy the season!