It's exceedingly important to motivate your staff. They will feel tremendously appreciated if you thank them with a gift around Christmas.
They'll experience it as a reward for their work during the past year. But what does your staff expect from a Christmas package? The Christmas packages organisation conducted an extensive survey of thousands of employees. This is their opinion.
Which price do employees find suitable for a Christmas package?
Many entrepreneurs want to save on Christmas packages and New Year's gifts, but that is pointless. According to the Christmas packages survey, employees think that €35-50 is a suitable price for a Christmas package.
Did you know that Christmas packages of up to €35 are tax-deductible (in Belgium)? So you can please your staff in a financially attractive manner in one fell swoop.
How necessary does your staff think a Christmas package is?
Research shows that three in five employees regard a Christmas package as a sign of appreciation. Six per cent perceive a Christmas package as a right. Only 5% think it's unnecessary.
Did you know that a sick day can cost a company up to €1000? If you can motivate your staff to return to work one day sooner, you can save a lot of money. You should see a Christmas package as a long-term investment.
How does your staff feel if they don't receive anything?
A motivated employee is worth two; we know that. The perfect way to motivate your staff is to thank them for their efforts and show your appreciation by giving them a Christmas package at the end of the year.
More than half of all employees are annoyed when they don't receive a Christmas gift. That's something to think about.
Do they think it's vital that it be a sustainable Christmas package?
Environmental awareness remains a hot topic. Does your company want to support the environment? Then take a look at our ecological Christmas packages. One in four employees thinks that a sustainable gift is important, so that is definitely worth considering.