Coworker Gift Guide

By Courtney Clemmons on December 11, 2014 Coworker Gift Guide

Just in time for the office holiday party, Messina Group is releasing its 2014 Coworker Gift Guide. All gift ideas are hand-crafted – and memorable.

  Featuring retro images of the Mad Men (and women) of their time, these face-cover magnets are perfect for filing cabinets and the office refrigerator – and for the guy that has desktop photos of everyone he’s ever met.
Imaginary Animal
$5 – Go for the mystery three pack.
  Every financial planner will tell you that bringing your lunch to work will save you big time money. Help your coworker realize that dream vacation to Paris. Each part of the Eiffel Tower is drawn, labeled and printed onto an eco-friendly, durable, practical lunch bag
Girls Can Tell
$16
  Yellow note pads are so yesterday. Give meetings an element of fun with these creative journals. Once favorite books, the covers have been re-purposed and spiral bound to notepads. Choose from Dr. Seuss, Nancy Drew and Little Golden Books covers.
Ex Libris Anonymous
$14
  We can all use an afternoon tea break.This tea collection includes choose-your-mood flavors such as “Grumpy Dinosaur” and “Sippin’ Pretty.”
T-We Tea
$5
  Fluorescent lighting helps things grow – really. Give your coworkers a jumpstart on their next salad with this on-desk garden planter.
Modern Sprout Planter
$20
  When you walk into a sushi restaurant with your own chopsticks, people know that you mean business. These stylish chopsticks are sure to set your coworker’s heart a-flutter.
Hank by Henry
$34
  Does the office use the industrial dry-your-hands-before-you-finish-washing soap? These soaps are fun and functional – and a gentle reminder for everyone to stop the spread of all-things germy.
Imaginary Animal
$16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courtney Clemmons

Courtney Clemmons

Courtney Clemmons is the Content Developer for both Messina Group Staffing and Messina Group Consulting. Before moving into her role on the Marketing team, Courtney began her career as a Recruiter working on contract, contract-to-hire and direct hire positions for Messina’s Engineering, Manufacturing, Laboratory, Marketing and Financial staffing divisions. Courtney is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a BA in Journalism.

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