November 14, 2018 - The holidays are creeping up on us, and it's time (or maybe past time) to consider the holiday party. Should you have one? What kind? Are there other options to show your gratitude to your employees than by having a drunken bash? If you have one, how can you keep it under control? These articles address these questions and offer some ideas on how to have a great party or what to do instead. Happy Holidays!
Following these tips should help ensure that employees not only remember your holiday party, but remember it for all the right reasons. (Item #1) In short, while company parties can be genuine fun, there are minefields to navigate here. (Item #2) If your company wants to continue its holiday office party tradition, you need to think in advance about how to manage holiday parties to avoid potential hazards. (Item #3)
The holidays are a time to celebrate, but we need to be careful because any misdeeds (perceived or otherwise) can be quickly cataloged online -- and cause lasting reputational damage. (Item #4) Here are 76 ideas to take your company holiday party to the next level. (Item #5) Here are some ways you can reward employees at the holidays without having a party. (Item #6)
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