If you own a business, you probably have women employees. And if you have women employees, some of them are undoubtedly mothers. The same holds for fathers. So, whether your business is a small mom-and-pop operation or a Fortune 500 corporation, 75% of all your employees will have children. And those children don't arrive in this world without first being born.
The birth of a child is a once-in-a-lifetime event. Regardless of whether someone has four more children at home, they'll never be another child quite like this newborn. This baby is unique. And the family that loves it has been waiting for nine months to get an up-close look at the little munchkin. They've been viewing black and white ultrasound footage for weeks, turning into months, and are thrilled to meet the real one. Their friends have been waiting, too. And their employers are eagerly awaiting the birth as well because it hastens their employees' return to work. The waiting is finally over. The baby is here, and celebration is in order.
It is therefore essential to acknowledge this special event. It shows you care about your employees. And in addition to an earned paycheck, a little extra gift at one of the most memorable times of your employees' lives creates a greater sense of appreciation toward their employer. Everyone feels good about it. It's a win/win situation.
Gifting should be your first step in building relationships with employees and clients. It makes a positive impression and helps create a connection between the giver and recipient. In addition, business or corporate gifting shows the recipient's importance. And when many people spend more hours at work than they do at home with their families, appreciation in some tangible form is crucial. It will deepen your employees' loyalty to you by proving to them that they are more than the work they do.
So, what do you do for your employees when one has a baby? How do you show them you care? And let's not forget the devoted clients who make your business thrive. Without any of them, they'd be no business.
What do you do?
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They're warmly whimsical with a soft muted palette of colors that will match any decor.
When the baby arrives, you can be sure it will be Arriving in Style. Our gifts for baby and mom aren't just tokens of birth; they become keepsakes and cherished reminders of a child's birth forever. Years after this day, their parents will not only think of their baby, they will think of you and your generosity and good taste for years to come.
Personal Gift Giving for Mother and Baby
Aside from our work life, our personal life impacts our lives on an even deeper level. Our intimate circle becomes our little social ecosystem, from relatives to friends, neighbors, and coworkers. So let's not forget the mothers in our personal lives, worn tired from birth and long hours awake during the night, giving love and attention to a new baby, instead of getting some much-needed sleep.
These are the people with whom we share our lives. They know our joys, sorrows, quirks, and they love us with all our faults. So, when one of them has a new baby, sending a curated gift box to celebrate that birth and the warm bond you share is always a pleasant surprise. Always. And it is appreciated.
We all can use some pampering, but those times are few and far between with a little one around. So, a curated gift box lovingly offers them 'permission' to pamper themselves. It's saying you care. It says you know motherhood can be challenging, but taking care of yourself is essential. And it says, "Relax, all is well."
Curated Gift Boxes from Arriving in Style brimming with thoughtfully curated relaxing bath soaks, mint meltaways, leatherette journals, candle holders, and succulents make pampering the highlight of any new mother's day.
Nurture the nurturer. It tells her you care.
Oh, and don't forget a curated Baby Gift Box for that new little one, too!