But you may have to do it distanced or virtually as firms put employees' health and safety first. Some also plan a mix of virtual and in-person festivities.
Brands using empathy may benefit this holiday season
"Emotion is behind up to 90% of the decisions we make," says Garin Hobbs, director of deal strategy at Iterable, a marketing automation platform.
Online shopping surge could cause delivery delays
Local shippers should plan for delays and try incentivizing customers to order earlier to improve chances of getting packages on time, a consultant says.
Several tax opportunities for small businesses to expire
"This is a year like no other," says small-business tax specialist Barbara Weltman. "There are several new tax rules related to COVID-19 and other rules set to expire this year."
'Being remote doesn't have to kill creativity'
From taking time out for "individual deep work" to going "dark," companies find ways to bridge virtual distance with staff and boost creativity.
SEC expands who can be accredited investor
The rule change looks beyond just income thresholds and takes into account other measures of financial sophistication.
Clothing kiosk operator 'builds the brand' during pandemic
'When everyone else is in defense mode, I like to go into offensive mode,' says the owner of Saltwater Long Island, which, in addition to a mall kiosk, now also sells clothing from a store.
Flu season creating more uncertainty in workplaces
Since many flu and COVID symptoms overlap, health and legal experts say employers should follow the same guidelines that apply to COVID.
Businesses use branded promotional products to stay visible
Companies turn to branded products to connect with customers and recognize employees, which is helping lessen COVID-19's blow to the promotional products industry.
Working from home raises time-tracking concerns
DOL guidance highlights an employer's responsibility to compensate hours worked whether the work was requested or approved by the employer.
Full impact of COVID-19 on insurance premiums unknown
State regulators approved a 4.2% average rate increase for the small group market, but expert says full effect of the coronavirus on premiums not seen yet.