There were plenty of scary sights at the offices of Nimans and Rocom as staff got into the spirit of a Halloween-themed focus day which proved a ‘spooktacular’ success. The Plantronics headset initiative was run on consecutive days at Wetherby and Manchester as dozens of staff joined in the fun.
Guess the number of sweets in a glass head, pin the headset on the witch and a halloween themed spinning wheel were some of the attractions at Nimans where Stuart Bate, the ghoul from Dealer Sales, was judged the most appropriately dressed – as decided by Chairman Julian. Stuart won a bottle of bubbly and a box of chocolates.
Staff at Rocom also turned out in force in fancy dress and took part in various activities such as apple bobbing, pumpkin carving and a Halloween quiz.
Julian commented: “Nimans and Rocom resembled scenes from horror movies. There were witches, skeletons and blood everywhere, whereas our offices are normally just busy and productive. It just goes to prove we have some real characters employed at both sites – in more ways than one.”