From Fast Company:
After another year of the pandemic, a few things have fallen to the wayside: the catered office lunch, the company-wide happy hour, the rigid schedule measuring worker productivity as hours logged at the office.
Even as some workers return to their desks, one event that feels poised for reinvention is the annual holiday party. What does this look like almost two years into the pandemic? Are employees eager to gather in-person? How will distributed teams celebrate the holiday season virtually?
To get a sense of where things stand, we asked leaders at a few companies what activities they’re planning this year:
“Everyone is fully vaccinated. We have been hosting in-person gatherings for many months, albeit smaller than in the past. We will be doing a Zoom version to celebrate the holidays, with some fun icebreakers, member moments, and storytelling. In-person will be more of a cocktails and conversation, plus a little karaoke.”
Continue reading PayPal, Pinterest leaders on 2021 holiday party plans on Fast Company
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