How to plan an alternative office Christmas party

While the typical hotel function or boozy lunch is off the cards, it is still important to reward your staff with some sort of a gesture after a difficult year

11th December, 2020
How to plan an alternative office Christmas party
You could substitute the traditional staff dinner with a virtual one, sending a hamper with an assortment of treats to employees to be enjoyed over Zoom

Usually at this time of year, managers and HR teams are gearing up for Christmas party season, organising staff deposits, activities for the night and all the necessary paperwork to help with any unfortunate fallouts from the event.

Like so many things in 2020, however, this year’s Christmas party season will be different. Large-scale hotel functions and lunchtime happy hours will be replaced with smaller, socially distanced alternatives.

As Ireland’s hospitality sector only began...

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