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5 Simple and Cost Effective Ways to Share Your Holiday Cheer With Colleagues Forget those customized greeting cards and useless gifts. Here are five things you can do for your colleagues that will have a much greater impact and cost you (close to) nothing.

By Peter Gasca

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I love this time of year: Eggnog, holiday movies, Christmas music, and the general festive and jolly mood that fills the air are all things I embrace with more zeal than I care to admit.

Related: This Is the Best Holiday Gift I Ever Received From an Employer

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