Wednesday January 22, 2020

Companies must resist the Christmas insanity

The cost of the corporate Christmas is rising. It is aggravated by exceptional goodwill, employee and client presumptions, lost productivity and a lack of planning.

11th December, 2004

The cost of the corporate Christmas is rising. It is aggravated by exceptional goodwill, employee and client presumptions, lost productivity and a lack of planning. So how can a company play its part in spreading the Christmas spirit, without going into debt or looking like Scrooge's relative?

Christmas can put a huge pressure on companies. For one month of the year, the emphasis shifts away from the generation of profits to reward for past work...

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