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Office Holiday Cheer Outlook: More Merry, More Bright

OFFICE HOLIDAY CHEER OUTLOOK: More Merry. More Bright for 201 Ah, the holidays. Twinkling lights, crackling fires, lopsided snowmen, mugs of hot cocoa and still-wet snowflakes on your tongue. As workers don their warmest apparel and head to the office this holiday season, they can expect more comfort, cheer, and, apparently, cash – as many companies are offering more perks like bonuses, parties and gifts this year than last. But just how much more? BONUSES: LESS FROSTY MERRY MINGLING: 40% ON THE RISE of employers plan to give their employees holiday bonuses this year, up from 33 percent in 2010. 58%. aveplanying a hohilay party 13% AMONG THIS GROUP: of employers plan to give the same amount as last year 14% plan to provide greater bonus than last year for their employees this year, up from 52 percent in 2010. 73% plan to provide less nployers O0000 have been working hard to build(back their businesses over the last year and this holiday season are planning to reward their biggest asset – their people – with a few holiday perks (bonuses, parties, gifts)." 00000 Thirty-sie pereent of workers say they plan to attend their holiday party this year. ROSEMARY HAEFNER Vice President of Human Resources CareerBuilder GIFT GIVING: NAUGHTY OR NICE? O Yes O No EMPLOYERS PLANNING WORKERS BUYING A WORKERS PLANNING ON TO GIVE HOLIDAY GIFTS HOLIDAY GIFET FOR BUYING A GIET FOR THE BOSS: TO WORKERS: C-WORKERS THIS YEAR: 78% 78% 70% 30% 22% 22% 78% of workers say they plan to spend $25 or less on average for each holiday gift they buy for the office and 38 percent plan to spend $10 or less. $5 or less 12% $6 to $10 26% $11 to $25 41% $26 to $50 16% $51 to $75 3% $76 to $100 1% More than $100 2% careerbuilder This survey was conducted online within the U.S. by Harris Interactiveo on behalf of CareerBuilder among 2,696 hiring managers and human resource professionals and 4,086 workers ages 18 and over between August 1ó and September 8, 2011.

Office Holiday Cheer Outlook: More Merry, More Bright

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As workers head to the office this holiday season, they can expect more comfort, cheer, and, apparently, cash — as many companies are offering more perks like bonuses, parties and gifts this year th...

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