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Corporate Gifting for Today’s Remote Workforce

Employees and clients are working from home. This year business owners and managers around the world are going to have a tougher time getting a “one size fits all” holiday gift for their teams. The funny office mugs of years gone by, are just not going to cut it, because no will be there to share in the joke and I don’t want to add random mugs to my high end set of earthenware mugs I hand selected from World Market. Logo bearing shirts and jackets are out, because… well to be honest, employees only wear them to get points with the boss.

So, what thoughtful gifts can you source for a reasonable price that are going to win over your remote workforce? Here are some great options you can find at the fed collective.

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Gift’s for her/them/they:

o I Am Enough - hand stamped necklace – This necklace sends a clear message during a time when reassurance is greatly needed. $39.99

o Sheros on Mt Rushmore Tee – This is a winning gift to show you recognize women. Since remote work began, comfy t-shirts are in high demand. $34.99

o Color Block Poncho – Ideal to keep her warm and cozy in a cold house and help cover the fact that she’s still in pajama’s while on Zoom. $64.99


Gift’s for him/them/they:

o Taffy Eva Foam Roller – Releasing muscular pain caused by sitting a desk that you never intended to work from except for weekends will be a welcomed gift. $49.99

o Mountain Coasters – Cherry wood coasters for coffee at the desk or wine on the end table. $28.99

o Manifest – Meditation/Body mist – Cologne is powerful stuff but when it’s just you, this mist is something light that will lift your mood. $24.99

Gift’s for your gender non-conforming workers and clients:

o Vegan Soap Sampler – For the hands or body these soaps smell great and turn a regular shower into a spa like experience. $19.99

o Harajuku Hoodie’s – Everybody needs something bright and cozy, and the work-from-home dress code just went perpetually casual. $42.00

o Amethyst Druzy Wine Stopper – Now that afterwork happy hours are on pause, parents are drinking at home after the kids are asleep. Help make it a little special with some sparkle. $49.99

This year let TheFedCollective.com be your source for all your corporate giving needs. Order by Dec. 6th to ensure your packages arrive in time! *Due to COVID-19 deliveries have slowed nation-wide.

Jennifer O’Brien is a spiritual counselor, minister in training, corporate video producer and voice over talent out of Seattle. She is currently on a personal sabbatical and taking time off to write and reflect. You can connect with her in spirit, and through her writings at the fed collective.

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