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Christmas presents for coworkers 2017

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Spread a bit of Christmas joy in the office with these unique gift ideas. Get your work buddies a gift that they’ll appreciate this year.

The annual office Christmas party is coming up and it’s time to start thinking about gifts for your colleagues. Gifts for coworkers, clients, and bosses are some of the hardest to choose. Finding the balance between ‘too personal’ and ‘too generic’ is tough.

If you’re having trouble finding a gift that’s right, no stress. We’ve found a whole bunch of interesting, quirky and affordable gift ideas for your coworkers. Plus, we’ve included a list of the top stores to buy small and affordable gifts.

Looking to buy gifts for someone else? See the rest of our guide to christmas gift ideas.

Best stores to find Christmas gifts for co-workers

Christmas gifts for co-workers

the sun and her flowers By Rupi Kaur
the sun and her flowers By Rupi Kaur

Urban Outfitters

Jelly Belly Cocktail Classics 5-Flavor Gift Box
Jelly Belly Cocktail Classics 5-Flavor Gift Box

Amazon

Secret Santa gifts for coworkers under $20

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Where are the best places to shop online for Christmas presents for coworkers?

Bearing in mind you won’t want to spend huge amounts on Christmas presents for your work colleagues (unless you work at the coolest company ever), here are the best places to get a cheap and cheerful present that won’t look out of place in a Secret Santa.

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Christmas gifts ideas for your coworkers

  • Gift for employees. In this case, it’s probably best to buy a generic gift for everyone or spend a little extra time and effort to select a slight variation of the gift for each individual employee. Some examples could be notebooks, coffee mugs, gift cards or treat the team to a lunch or dinner.
  • Gifts for coworkers. Presents like boxed chocolates or wine can be good options. Otherwise, think about something they could use at work. A funny desk calendar or some nice stationery are also cool gifts
  • Gifts for your boss. It doesn’t have to be a big-ticket item, just something that lets them know you thought about them this Christmas. Perhaps a gift basket or a bottle of wine is suitable if you know they like fine foods. A desk plant like a succulent is another option. Stationery items like an appointment book or even a portable phone charger can also be great ideas.
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Mary Brown

Mary Brown wants to help people get the most bang for their buck — no matter what they're looking to buy. She has a passion for finding ways to save money and sharing those tips with anyone who will listen. An avid adventurer, she explores the world in her free time (and is always looking for a good deal).

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