Home Working Essentials

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Remote or Home Working is no longer an option or a privilege for your employees, it has quickly become the norm for most organisations. A recent study revealed that 88% of organisations are working from home currently which is a massive adjustment for everyone involved over a very short period of time.

You may not realise it but your employees may be feeling detached from the team, managers and the company as a whole.  Working together in a physical location ensures everyone is on the same page and are married to the companies values, goals and missions. With the team scattered its much harder to keep them on message and engaged so every little gesture helps to keep them on board.

A great way to keep employee apathy to a minimum with the companies internal branding is to send them gifts in the post. It reminds them that you care about them and leaves them feeling rewarded and engaged. Our home worker packs include t-shirts, mugs, coasters and keyrings but you can also add other items of your choice such as pens, flags and a teddy.

We can supply our items plain, with standard labels or with bespoke designs.

Whether you use your own branding or opt for one of our standard designs, this little gesture from you could make all the difference to your staff morale.

Our home working pack includes:


With all the zoom calls we are doing these days – a mug is now even more powerful in the hands of an employee or customer – those early meetings require coffee and if the coffee has your logo on it you are re-enforcing your brand while the meeting is going on – send your customers a mug and you are on the screen of their clients.

Mobile Phone Holders:

Trying to keep a small workspace organised is key to keeping employees working hard. distractions can become a drain on time and reduce the efficiency of the team. Thes phone holders are stylish and functional and will help your team keep connected!


Everyone is searching for a coaster to pop your mug of steaming hot tea on, not marking the dinner table with ringlets will lead to a happy house hold while reducing your DIY requirement by not having to fix the table!


Perfect to keep the keys on whilst they are not in use, branding them just adds that little extra.

T-Shirts and Clothing:

With the whole team on Zoom these days a t-shirt is the perfect way to keep them all looking professional and recognisable as a team member – different levels could even have a different colour or style.


Perfect for the employee with kids these can be the working mascot and the children will know your team are at work if the company teddy is out.


Send the team a stationary pack with these real wood paperweights, pens and pads so they can keep their notes in order and on brand, We can also help with headed paper and compliment slip printing and design if required.

Single Pot Grow Kit

Why not run a competition within the team to see who can has the greenest fingers with these fantastic grow pots, they come with everything you will need and you can brand the wrap-around labels as you like.


We know design.

Get in touch with our team and we can start talking to you about your requirements. The first discussion has no obligation and is free, let us help you discover the right solution for you.

We are here to help and can walk you through the available services and what mix we would recommend based on your brief. You will not be disappointed with the creative ideas we can come up with – have a look at our design portfolio here Check it out.

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