Published on October 31st, 2013 | by admin0
Are You Marking Halloween With A Spooktacular Party In The Office?
Is it us or does Halloween seem to become a bigger and bigger event every year? And not just for kids!
The fact it falls on a working day this year means it’s certainly not just for children to enjoy so why not celebrate Halloween in the workplace and at the same time create some office camerarderie.
So revive your childhood this Halloween with a fun filled day of activity that is sure to help create a motivational, team work-oriented work culture. Here’s some suggestions to get you started for creating a spooktacular party at work:
Why not transform the office with some inexpensive decorations including orange and black streamers, fake spider webs, Happy Halloween banners and assorted bat, pumpkin, bat and skull inflatables.
Pumpkin carving contest
Get those creative juices flowing with a pumpkin carving competition! For any novices out there this guide to carving a pumpkin is a must.
Consider bringing dress down Friday forward a day earlier to fit in with Halloween. Why not hold a costume parade party at lunchtime and engage with everyone in the office by running an outfit popularity competition?
Why not show off your culinary creative talents by bringing some cool Halloween party snacks to work? Some of our favourite recipes we have noted for any shortlist are Eggs-quisite Thai spiced deviled eggs for the more adventurous cooks or spooky finger pretzels which are ideal for sharing.
Compile a musical theme
Instead of that repetitive playlist you’ve heard umpteen times before or some run of the mill background music courtesy of your favourite radio station, why not compile some spooky music to play in the office throughout the day? Here’s some ideas on some tracks you may wish to include in your playlist, surely Michael Jackson ‘Thriller’ will make most shortlists?!