1. Humanise the Brand
Diwali isn’t just a festival of lights, it’s also a time for cultivating and celebrating community. Use this event as an opportunity to connect with staff who celebrate Diwali and also engage employees and customers. Humanising the brand comes from focusing on an uplifting message to emphasize the company pledge to unity, and showcases that inclusivity aligns with your business’ values.
2. Traditional Attire
Bend the office dress-code for traditional attire for those with Indian heritage or descent or Hindu faith.
3. Desk Yoga
Organise a desk yoga session to give the employees a wellness boost this season!
4. Simple Decorations
Decorate a cubicle with lights, Indian mithai sweets, and paper or powder rangoli designs.
5. Rangoli Competition
The designs embraced in Diwali are called Rangoli. Creativity competition on a large board to welcome rangoli doodles would be a simple and cost-effective way to celebrate the festivities. Winner receives a treat!