Avoid workplace party pitfalls this Christmas
Christmas office parties are a minefield, so be prepared writes David Bell
It’s Christmas party season, which means workplaces up and down the country will be treating employees to slap-up meals to thank them for their hard work over the year.
The Christmas party is a great team-building session, but we’ve all heard the tales of drunken hook-ups, argy-bargy and a whole lot else. It is important to remember that as an employer you are liable for the conduct of your employees at a Christmas...
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