behave at a work Christmas party

Feuell, Julia
December 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);12/4/2009, p38
Trade Publication
The article offers suggestions on how to behave at a work Christmas party. It is suggested that employers should nominate a responsible person to be on duty to avert problems as they may arise. It is also suggested that employers should really only pay for meals and let people buy their own drinks. Suggestions are also offered to employees that they should remember at all times that you are still at work even though you're having a good time.


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