Conduct | Biggest work Christmas party NIGHTMARES revealed

Biggest work Christmas party NIGHTMARES revealed

As the year draws to a close, it isn’t uncommon for employers and HR departments to put on a festive work party to reward employees for their hard efforts and to allow them to socialise with work colleagues.

Yet, due to the current coronavirus crisis, many end-of-year work parties are not going ahead this year. This, according to data, could be a blessing in disguise for many HR departments who would usually be tasked with dealing with the office party fallout.

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