Festive faux pas | Is Xmas shopping on company time a sackable offence?

Is Xmas shopping on company time a sackable offence?

The Christmas period can be a chaotic time, both in and outside of work. Businesses frantically try and finish their to-do lists for the year, whilst planning holiday events and juggling the inevitable onslaught of annual leave requests.

Simultaneously, staff set their sights on their festive to-do lists, as resolve to keep working until the 24th slumps dramatically. Festive food shopping, ordering a blow-up bed for a relative who RSVP’d last-minute and, of course, the dreaded present sourcing ordeal.

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