Hi all, can I please have your thoughts on this matter.
We're having an end of year celebration at work and it's not funded by work. We're catching up at a pub on a weekend.
We are in healthcare and although collectively we have been recognised for doing our jobs during COVID wave, I feel my team has missed out completely on the goodies that were handed out as head office took them.
I'd like to buy the team a gift for their efforts but can't afford to buy one for everyone. For a $5 gift, it would cost me $200 out of my own funds which I don't have. Staff who aren't coming for lunch CBF going near work on a weekend. So I thought of only gifting the staff that come to the end of year lunch. That would cost me $100 which I could budget for.
Do you think that is unfair to staff who won't receive a gift?