Determining Holiday Bonuses — or Alternatives [INFOGRAPHIC]

The holidays evoke a giving spirit and they let us show the people close to us how much we appreciate them. That’s especially true for small business owners, who often think of employees as family, and want to reward them for the hard work they put in during the year. But what do you do if you can’t afford to reward employees with lump sums of cash? Here are some great alternatives, as well as guidelines to keep in mind if you decide to take the monetary route.

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Tammy Lam is on Intuit's small business communications team. She lives in San Francisco and loves using mobile apps to explore the city's endless array of local restaurants and nightlife. Follow her on Twitter at @Tam_Lam and share your favorite spots!
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Hehe..!! great post. :) The infographics are superb. The post describes one of the most important questions in mind during holidays. I am impressed. thank you for the post. :)

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