on 16-12-2019 15:48
At this time of year offices and companies across the country start organising their secret santa arrangements. This can be a fun time but can also be be the cause of stress and anxiety over what to get and how much to spend.
There are some basic rules that can help things go smoothly like setting a maximum spend or adding the option of a wishlist to avoid getting stuck on what to get someone.
So, if you were left in charge of arranging the secret santa this year what rules would you have in place to keep things running smoothly? Let us know in the comments below!
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on 16-12-2019 16:38
Maximum spend of £5.00, after all, it's the thought that counts....
on 16-12-2019 18:21
I like the idea of a wish list Here's mine
1. Bentley Mulsanne...or
2. Lamborghini (any model)
then I'll throw my toys right out of the pram and I'll cry and cry and cry
on 16-12-2019 19:14
I've only ever done it once. I opted out the next couple of years!
on 16-12-2019 19:30
Far better to give it to charity....
I couldn't agree more. Rubbish gifts that are usually just passed on or thrown in the back of the drawer.
on 23-12-2019 13:41
Definitely a spend limit of £5. AFter all, 99% of people at work only have work in common with you.
I got a terrible gift for my secret santa. Clearly whoever choose me didn't know me and didn't ask anyone. My pick I did my research and got them soemthing I know they would like or at the very least appreciate.