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Business Gift Giving Etiquette and Mistakes to Avoid-Part Two

Be Sensitive to Religious Beliefs
Don’t just assume that all of your clients or colleagues celebrate Christmas. Giving a holiday gift to someone who can’t accept it because of their beliefs can make both you and them uncomfortable. To avoid this, you can simply ask if they celebrate Christmas, without getting into specifics about their religious preferences. Be sensitive to each person’s religion or beliefs. If someone doesn’t celebrate Christmas and would be uncomfortable receiving a gift, you can show your appreciation in other ways. Send a small token after they complete a big project or offer an end-of-the-year bonus or token for them.

Regift With Caution
Regifting is the practice of giving gifts that you previously received from someone else. This isn’t an accepted practice in every circle, but it is becoming more commonplace. A key thing to consider when regifting is whether or not you will hurt any feelings. If the recipient will be able to tell the item is regifted and thus not purchased specifically for them, it could seem less genuine. If the person who originally bought you the gift would be likely to find out that you passed along their purchase, it could hurt both them and the recipient. And, of course, it would be inappropriate to give back a gift if the original giver is likely to be present when you give it to someone else.

Include Everyone, When Possible
The most important thing you can do when giving gifts is to make sure you remember everyone. Don’t offer gifts to only certain team members. Your employees are likely to talk to one another. Even clients within a certain industry or group may talk with one another. A kind gesture meant with the best of intentions, may turn negative if someone feels slighted. You don’t want anyone to feel less important or forgotten. To avoid overlooking anyone, keep a running list of clients and employees and check it carefully before sending out gifts or cards. And think about any other people who you should send gifts to. This might include certain service providers or consultants. Even a small item or a card can make people feel important to your business.



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