Good, clean fun: how to keep the Christmas party from getting out of hand

It might take place outside the office, but as an employer you still have a duty of care to your staff during the Christmas party. Having a clear policy can limit your exposure and help everyone to have a good time

1st December, 2019
Good, clean fun: how to keep the Christmas party from getting out of hand

The tinsel is on the tree and the naff Christmas jumpers have been ordered. Over the coming weeks, employees will descend in their droves upon bars, restaurants and hotels across the country as the festive season kicks in.

For the vast majority of employers, the Christmas party is a chance to get to know the team at a more informal level and to show thanks to everyone for the contribution they have made over the...

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