8 Best Gifts for Coworkers

by Josh Biggs in Tips on 19th November 2019

Giving gifts or surprises is not an occasion-specific thing. There are plenty of occasions where you might want to provide a gift for your coworker. It could be a holiday party, birthday, or maybe just an event celebration. Most people end up spending a lot while buying a gift, but you really don’t have to do that. As I’ve faced many such situations myself and I kid you not, you can please them with even a healthy muffin. You might think I’m joking, but it depends on the kind of person you’re offering a gift to. Obviously, I’m not recommending you buy a muffin for everyone. So, let’s have a look at the top eight best options for gifts.

Colorful Business Card Holder:

If you work in an office, one of the essential things for anyone would be their business cards, credit cards, name cards, etc. For all of that, you can gift your coworker a business card holder and what’s better than BONSYL’s aluminum alloy colorful pocket case. It’s portable, easy to use, and has a sleek design. Moreover, the small compact card organizer can hold up to 12-15 business cards at the same time and costs around $5, which is not that much at all. The perfect edges ensure comfort in the pocket and are durable enough to survive basic day beating comfortably. It comes in eight different colors, including the common ones black and white, so even if your coworker is a female or male, you won’t find it hard to gift this one.

Glitter Cup:

During a hectic day when your coworker would want to drink coffee, the first thing they would need is a perfect cup, and what’s better than that if that cup is from you and it always reminds them of your precious present? Well, that’s true, and it had happened to me as well when I was offered a cup as a gift so I’d remember the person who gave it to me every time I used it. It’d cost you under $10 but leaves a great impression.

Budget Headphones:

If you work in a noisy environment and you can see your coworker struggling with the noise every day, then the best thing you’d want to gift your colleague would be a noise-canceling or isolating headset. The headphones are my all-time favorite as they allow you to cut yourself from the outer world when needed and enhance your ability to focus on your work as well. I’m not sure about many, but that has been the case with me, so If I were the receiver, I’d love an inexpensive set of cans. The headphones have improved drastically during recent times, and in the competitive market, they became cheaper as well, so you don’t have to spend too much as well. The top brands are releasing new gadgets daily, but my all-time favorite is Sony. Furthermore, if you are considering buying a headphone for your colleague, I’d say go for a wireless one as they just don’t want to increase their problems by managing the cords of the headset. The wireless ones will make them feel free and wouldn’t increase the stress of managing one more thing on the table. The best option would be an earbud, but it depends on the preference of the person, and you’ll have to find out what suits them the best.

Cup Holder:

Have you ever seen your coworker spilling coffee on the table because they don’t have a proper holder? If that’s the case, then that would have been the worst feeling for your colleague and what’s worse then getting your important documents on the way of the spilled coffee. You can give a simple gift of Dreamfarm Spink-Spill Saving Drink Holder to your such colleague, and they’d be thankful to you for their whole life. It’s BPA-Free and sticks to the table. Moreover, it comes in two excellent designs with Ivory and clears.

Perfect Stapler:

Sometimes our coworkers just end up moving their desks many times in a month, and if they’ve tons of documents to carry around without staple, it’s hellish. Trust me, I’ve been through that, and if that’s the case with your colleague as well, just forget everything and buy them Swingline Stapler, which has 25 sheet capacity and comes in red color along with pins. It has all metallic construction, which enhances the durability as well as delivers jam-resistant and accurate stapling you can count on.

Buddha Board:

In case your coworker thinks a lot and likes to draw while thinking, then the best gift for them would be a mini buddha board, which is 5-inch, and you can simply draw on the surface with water. The water evaporates, leaving with a clean state read to create all over again. It’s environmentally friendly and can last for years with proper care. Along with the board, you’ll get a small brush and all of that under $20.

Laptop Stand:

If you want to go for something expensive, then you can go to Wood Laptop Riser. Well, if you are using your laptop on the table, it’s not a laptop anymore, and it could become annoying very quickly, so all you need is to elevate your laptop or tablet with an attractive and ergonomic wood stand. Additionally, the one-piece, bent-plywood design frees up your workspace and allows you to manage things easily.

Lunch Pot:

Do you have a colleague who doesn’t like to eat from the office and wants to bring lunch? Well, if that’s the case, then there’s nothing better than a stackable lunch pot, which is composed of two airtight containers and is easy to use and manage. Whenever your colleague starts their lunch, you’ll be the first person in their mind, so it means not monthly but daily. The pot is packed with a handy, reusable spork and a carrying strap. Moreover, it’s best for adults and teenagers too. It’s BPA-free and has a sturdy design.

In case you’ve any recommendation or want to share your story as well as gift your co-worker liked a lot, then don’t hesitate to leave your feedback.

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