|Show gratitude with gifts for those who aren’t members of the family|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Come the holiday season, many people find it’s not just family and friends on their shopping lists. Coworkers and acquaintances often land on such lists as well, and it’s not always easy deciding what to get those people who aren’t close friends or family members.
Here are some ideas for showing gratitude and appreciation:
—Boss: Gifting the boss is a sensitive subject and should be dictated by company protocol. If someone is the only employee to buy their boss a gift, it may seem like they are trying to curry favor. However, if everyone else is gifting and someone fails to offer a gift, they may be caught off guard.
Some business etiquette experts say that it is customary for bosses to give gifts to employees but not the reverse.
However, employees who are especially close with their bosses or who work closely with them each day may want to offer a small token of appreciation.
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