Corporate Turkey Gift Certificates and the Power of Ritual

Corporate Turkey Gift Certificates are a valued holiday gift that everyone appreciates.

 

One of the most powerful things you can do for your employees is communicate in a sincere and heartfelt way that they are valued. And one way to do that is with Corporate Turkey Gift Certificates by gThankYou during the holiday season.

When given with gratitude, the gift of a holiday turkey is a deeply meaningful gift that reminds staff they’re part of something bigger. Employees feel taken care of when they receive a thoughtful gift, and know they matter to you and the business. That’s important. Research by the American Psychological Association found a clear link between feeling valued at work and employees reporting better physical and mental health.

But beyond that, the gift of a Thanksgiving or holiday turkey is imbued with ritual that’s associated with gratitude.

The gift of a turkey has been a beloved and honored holiday gift for employees for over a century. Turkeys are closely associated with the annual rituals of Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter that celebrate family and friends, warmth and goodwill.

These holidays revolve around the rituals of a special meal — and employees will be thankful for the gift of the centerpiece of their holiday meal to share with family and friends.

For many, even the act of going to the grocery store to choose the turkey centerpiece for their family celebration is an important and meaningful ritual. With gThankYou! Turkey Gift Certificates, recipients select the turkey they want, any brand, size and preparation, at the grocery store they want to shop. All gThankYou! Certificates of Gratitude are accepted at major grocery chain stores nationally.

As the Harvard Business Review reported in 2013, rituals make us value something more. How? The researchers “found evidence to suggest that personal involvement is the real driver of these effects. In other words, rituals help people to feel more deeply involved in their consumption experience, which in turn heightens its perceived value.”

Nothing says ‘Thank You’ like the gift of a Thanksgiving turkey. Click here for “10 Reasons to Give Employees a Turkey for the Holidays” for a useful 2-page document to share with your management team.

Create Your Own Turkey Gift Ritual

When sharing the gift of a holiday turkey is easy, you may just find it becomes your own company ritual. gThankYou customers return year after year because we make the process of sharing a holiday turkey convenient and affordable for givers and loved by recipients!

gThankYou free Thanksgiving gift Enclosure Cards can be personalized with message of appreciation.Share your turkey gift with a holiday note of thanks to employees. Write your own personal letter with this helpful guide or take advantage of gThankYou’s free Enclosure Cards to capture your personal message of thanks and even include a company logo or management signature. We have dozens of designs to choose from for Thanksgiving, Christmas or anytime gratitude. Always free with any purchase.

How you give your turkey gift provides one more opportunity to engage with employees and share heartfelt gratitude. Take advantage of distributing your gift personally if you can or be sure it travels with your personal note of appreciation.

By making a habit of giving a holiday turkey every year, you’ll create a tradition that employees look forward to, plan on, and remind their families of. There’s something special about knowing a traditional gift is coming. All of this ritual adds up to something special: not just a memory of your gift to employees, but a series of memories. Every holiday when staff enjoy your gift, they’ll fondly remember your gratitude as they enjoy the centerpiece to their holiday meal with family and friends. That’s the kind of emotional bond you want with your employees.

Start Planning Your Holiday Gifts Now

You know you’ll be celebrating your employees’ work this upcoming holiday season. Why not save time and start now?

Turkey Gift Certificate - Employee Thanksgiving GiftWith gThankYou! Turkey Gift Certificates, you can create an easy, convenient and reliable holiday turkey gift program for your workplace – whether you are in one location or distributed across the country. We make it easy for you so you can focus on what’s really important, sharing your appreciation to employees.

Need help with creating a plan that works for you? Give us a call at 888-484-1658 and we will be happy to customize a program that fits your needs.

And, call us to learn about large volume purchases at 888-484-1658.

Start planning a holiday appreciation ritual for your employees today, and show them how much you value them. gThankYou is ready to help!

 

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About gThankYou, LLC

Turkey Gift CertificatesHam Gift Certificates, and Turkey Or Ham Gift Certificates by gThankYou are America’s favorite employee gifts and can be redeemed for any brand (Turkey, Ham, or Turkey Or Ham), at virtually any grocery store in the U.S.

gThankYou, LLC provides company leaders with a variety of easy, meaningful and affordable ways to recognize and reward employees, holiday time or anytime. gThankYou! Certificates of Gratitude and our free Enclosure Cards are personalizable including incorporating your company logo. And, nearly all orders ship same day.

To learn more about gThankYou, watch our “About Us” Video and visit gThankYou today!

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