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Celebrate This Year's Success

Christmas gifts provide an excellent opportunity to nurture and strengthen relationships with clients, customers, and employees. It shows that you value and appreciate their partnership or contributions throughout the year.

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We take pride in collaborating with our clients for their Christmas gifting needs, as it allows us to contribute to their success by delivering exceptional holiday gifts that reflect their brand and values.

Christmas Gifting Questions

What are the best Christmas gifts for employees?

When considering Christmas gifts for employees, it's essential to choose something thoughtful and meaningful that shows your appreciation for their hard work and dedication. Here are some ideas for great Christmas gifts for employees:

Customised Gifts: Personalised items like custom-made water bottles, or monogrammed notebooks can make your employees feel valued and special.

Wellness Packages: Show your concern for their well-being by gifting wellness gifts that include candles, soaps or bath salts.

Technology Gadgets: Consider useful gadgets like wireless earbuds, smartwatches, or usb sticks that can enhance productivity or provide entertainment.

Team Experiences: Arrange team-building activities or outings, such as escape rooms, cooking classes, or outdoor adventures, to foster camaraderie and create lasting memories.

Customised Desk Accessories: Branded desk organisers, ergonomic accessories, or stylish stationery can enhance the work environment and promote organisation.

Gourmet Treats: Delight employees with gourmet gift baskets, chocolates, artisanal coffee or tea sets.

How do we make Christmas gifting easier?

You can add your branding to any best seller online in seconds

You can also Create Your Own gift by selecting your products, packaging and budget to suit your requirements

We offer FREE shipping on 4+ staff gifts to one location or direct delivery to your clients front door on 1+ gifts for $14.95.

We have in-house printers and engravers so you can enjoy a faster turnaround and shorter lead times.

Enjoy discounted packages or FREE branding options if you have larger projects.

The far majority of our products are lasting so you can feel proud to be doing your bit for the planet.

We match products with your project branding and have a holistic story behind them (e.g. We won't pair Champagne with Whisky glasses)

Should bosses give Christmas gifts?

Yes, it is a common practice for bosses or employers to give Christmas gifts to their employees as a gesture of appreciation and to celebrate the holiday season.

Giving Christmas gifts can help foster a positive work environment, boost morale, and show employees that their hard work and contributions are valued.

By giving gifts, employers demonstrate their gratitude for their employees' efforts throughout the year and recognise their dedication.

It can also help strengthen the employer-employee relationship and contribute to a sense of camaraderie within the workplace.

Are Christmas gifts for employees tax deductible?

Yes. Non-entertainment gifts provided to employees are usually exempt from fringe benefits tax (FBT) if the total cost is less than $300 inclusive of GST per employee.

The FBT is a tax employers pay on certain benefits provided to employees in addition to their salary or wages.

Some examples of non-entertainment gifts include, gift boxes, hampers, and branded products.

Gifts that are considered a form of remuneration or provided as part of salary packaging may be subject to FBT.

It's essential to consult with a qualified tax professional or refer to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) guidelines to determine the specific tax implications and deductibility of gifts for staff in your particular situation.

How much should I spend on an employee Christmas gift?

We recommend gifts that cost no less than $50 and do not exceed $100. A gift under $50 may not relay your appreciation.

The amount you should spend on an employee Christmas gift can vary depending on several factors, including your budget, the size of your organisation, and the norms and expectations within your industry or workplace.

Here are a few considerations to help you determine an appropriate spending range:

  1. Budget: Assess how much you can comfortably allocate for employee gifts without straining your finances or compromising other important aspects of your business operations.
  2. Know your employees: Take into account the preferences and interests of your employees. Consider whether they would appreciate a thoughtful, lower-cost gift or if a more substantial gift aligns with their expectations and the overall culture of your organisation.
  3. Be consistent: It's crucial to maintain consistency and fairness when it comes to employee gifts. If you decide to set a specific budget per employee, make sure it applies uniformly across the organisation.

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