Helpful Tips on How to Lay the HR Groundwork for a Successful Christmas Party EventPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 14 December 2022
Christine: So, "Are you planning an in-person work Christmas get together this year?" We've got, yes, we can't wait to hit the dance floor, or no, COVID gave us the welcome excuse to stop doing them.
So, as I said at the start, Christmas parties are making a comeback this year. COVID is on the wane, thankfully, and we've got the drunken antics, inappropriate comments, and everything else that goes with the parties to look forward to.
So let's see how many of you are planning them. Eighty-six per cent are hitting that dance floor, Seamus. I'm very pleased to hear that. Legal-Island certainly will be, and I know O'Reilly Stewart will be too. So what do you think? I think we're right to
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