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Start-ups shouldn't be Scrooges at Christmas

The more time you give staff off over Christmas, the more refreshed they will be

15th December, 2017
Even small start-ups should give staff a party. Pic: Getty

Start-up founders usually have other things on their mind, however. The end of the year brings its own pressures. You want to show something for all of your hard work and end the year on a high note. Or else you want to make sure you are not heading into a new year at a loose end, so planning to line up meetings and milestones for 2018.

When you have this kind of drive and tight...

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