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The Do's and Don'ts of the Office Secret Santa--Part One

It’s a popular Christmastime tradition played in offices across the country, but while “Secret Santa” can be a fun way to engage your team and boost morale around the holidays, it can create more anxiety if not done right.

Modern etiquette coach Maggie Oldham gives some do’s and don’ts to ensure your Secret Santa exchange brings your office holiday cheers rather than tears:

Do: Participate.
Even if you’re feeling more like the Grinch than Santa this holiday season, not participating can make you stand out as someone who isn’t a real team player. Remember, the point of Secret Santa is to help foster teamwork and boost employee morale.

Don’t: Force participation.
Secret Santa should be voluntary. Be mindful that some people may not have extra gifts in their holiday budget or may not want to participate for religious reasons.

Do: Set a price limit.
Keep in mind people have holiday budgets and might not have counted in office gifts

Don’t: Go above and beyond.
No one likes a show-off, especially when it comes to Secret Santa. While you may think the price limit is too low, buying something that’s clearly over the limit will just serve to make everyone else feel lousy. If your recipient is a close friend of yours and you want to buy them something more extravagant, you can always get them something else, but stick to the price limit for the purpose of the Secret Santa. That said, you shouldn’t cheap out either.


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