4 Ways To Celebrate Halloween At Work SafelyGenevieve Rahman
Halloween is a much anticipated holiday at many workplaces, but this year Halloween is different without a doubt. Keeping safety as a priority, the Center For Disease Control (CDC) has created new recommendations to enjoy spookiness safely. Check out what the CDC recommends for low-risk ideas to celebrate this Halloween at your workplace:
Carving or decorating pumpkins and display them at your desk
Get creative with pumpkin craving skills for all at your workplace! Host a pumpkin craving contest and display your masterpiece at your desk for all to see. This is a great way to get in the holiday spirit without gathering, and one of the best decorations Halloween has to offer!
Decorating your house, apartment, or living space
For all those who work from home, participate in the fun by decorating your house or workplace at home! Host a ZOOM meeting to show your spooky quarters on Halloween. The best part? Your workplace can get together virtually, making this one of the lowest risk activities your workplace can offer on Halloween.
Having a virtual Halloween costume contest
Same goes with costumes – make it virtual! Host a virtual Halloween costumer contest for everyone to participate in & look forward to on Halloween during work hours. Best costume can win a prize!
Create a scavenger hunt for your coworkers to partake in at home
Have an itch for a scavenger hunt? Make a Trick-or-Treat Halloween themed scavenger hunt for your workplace to get up and get excited about. Create items that are general to find in a home that can be Halloween themed (Candy, Orange & Balck Items, Etc.) Have all participants take pictures of the items they find around their homes. The employee who finds the most unique items can win a prize!