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How to Plan a Trouble Free Office Christmas Party

How To Plan A Trouble Free Office Christmas Party Top-tips to avoid the harassment claim lurking underneath the mistletoe Never force staff to attend a Christmas party. In our multi-faith society, it is important to remember and respect that not all employees will celebrate Christmas. Alcohol-fuelled Christmas parties are notorious for incidents of sexual harassment. Punch-ups and threatening behaviour top the list of reasons for disciplinary action following staff Christmas parties. 13% 80% or wonen would laugh olf a pass from a male co-warker, boss or clent. There's a 13% chance of an Be careful not to share any employment dispute confidential information or engage in conversations about employees. While you can let your hair down, remember to We assume the remaining (% of women wouldn't know what to do. keep it professional. Racist, sexist or ageist jokes made in person or on social media before, during or after the Christmas party can lead to harassment claims. It is unlawful for an employer to permit or ignore the use of controlled drugs being taken on their premises at a Christmas party or otherwise. With the potential for employers to be held liable for unwanted employee shenanigans at a work organised Christmas party, find out how to protect yourself this festive season at Sources LINDER MYERS html SOLICITORS For more help and information contact Linder Myers on 0844 984 6444 or visit

How to Plan a Trouble Free Office Christmas Party

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An infographic from employment law specialists, Linder Myers, on how to have a trouble free office Christmas party.


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