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Holiday Gift Guide: What to Give Your Team Members Gift-giving can be tricky. We asked six entrepreneurs what they're gifting employees this season.

By Entrepreneur Staff

This story appears in the December 2017 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Benedetto Cristofani

It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it can be the trickiest. We asked six entrepreneurs: What are you giving your teams for the holidays?

1. Money!

"I'm giving the same thing I always give: cash. Some of our staff are young single moms, some are empty-nesters who are my age, and then we've got everything in between. The best [gifting] success we've had historically has been the one thing everyone seems to like: greenbacks. To mark other occasions, we've sent plenty of folks on weekend getaways over the years, just not at holiday time -- I know how valuable that time is."
-- Andrew Zimmern, creator, executive producer and host, Bizarre Foods on Travel Channel

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