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Could your next Christmas Party improve employee engagement?

An engaged employee is defined as one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organisation’s reputation and interests.


In an ideal world all your employees would be engaged, right?

Well… yes! There are lots of benefits to employee engagement:

1. Employee Satisfaction 


Employees who are engaged with a company are

more satisfied with their jobs, in turn this means they are

invested in the success of your business!

2. Productivity 


Engaged employees are top performers!

3. Retention & Recruitment


Engaged employees are more likely to be loyal and stay

with the company for longer. You will also attract new

qualified employees.

4. Innovation


Engaged employees bring passion and new ideas!

5. Profitability

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…So naturally engaged employees create more profit! 

Did you know giving your employees the Christmas party they want, can really enhance your employee engagement? An environment where they feel listened to, appreciated and can really let their hair down with colleagues will make them feel motivated and loyal.

‘Okay this sounds great but what Christmas party do my employees want?’

Don’t worry, we have the solution – Christmas Social of course!


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Black tie sit down dinner may be what the senior management wants.

But the rest of the workforce want the finest street food in London, courtesy of KERB’s approved traders,
they want unlimited cocktails in a venue with a late licence and a club DJ who will keep the party going!

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Why not give it a go and listen to your employees – give them the party they want this Christmas
and see the benefits to your company.

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Want your next Christmas Party to be a Christmas Social?

Contact KIN London:

020 3355 8710

[email protected]

Written by: KIN London

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