Office Holiday Cheer Outlook

 We found this “holiday cheer” infographic on careerbuilder.com, and by “cheer” they clearly mean “dollars.” When times are tight, budgets are smaller and spending during the holidays for bonuses, parties, and gifts is likely to be less.  We’d like to point out that plenty of work places manage to find holiday cheer outside of dollars. How is your company’s attitude, morale, atmosphere, culture, and overall holiday cheer this season?

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2 Responses to “Office Holiday Cheer Outlook”

  1. You have written wonderful article. Greetings and thank you

  2. Keep on posting these types of articles. I like your blog design as well. Cheers!!!

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