An office Christmas party hangover can take many forms.
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Graduates more willing than older employees to sacrifice party for rewards throughout year.
New research reveals that the annual work-do occasion is falling out of favour with employees.
82 per cent managers see team bonding as biggest benefit to having a Christmas party
Around one in eight (13 per cent) people who have attended a work Christmas party admit kissing a colleague, according to new polling published by the TUC .
Do you believe in peace and goodwill and this most wonderful time of the year? Well good on you, you’re just, just about in the majority. Apparently quite a few of us don’t see Christmas as the most wonderful time of the year. In fact, according to new research, 42 percent say December is one of the most stressful months of the year. Balancing work and family life and the rush to take holidays before the year apparently piles on the pressure, the new research from MetLife Employee Benefits shows.
Dread is a word usually reserved for use before visiting the dentists, or before major surgery. One dreads a make or break meeting, a flight through turbulent weather, or being forced to listen to Christmas music for several hours on a loop. But, today, as well as those things, people also dread that most convivial of Christmas carousals, the office Christams party.
Have you heard the news? Christmas is commercial these days, it’s all about money. Up until recently it used to be about money and having a nice time with family and friends, but now, apparently, it’s just about the money.
While the vast majority Christmas parties totter into history incident-free, a HR disaster apparently strikes in at least one in ten cases, with 12 percent requiring some form of stern disciplinary action.
As Christmas party season gets into full swing, businesses are being reminded that they should be aware of how to deal with any unexpected problems.
New research by facilities management specialists, Direct365, has found that 24.5 percent of people openly admit that they intend to consume alcohol on a ‘work night’ during the Christmas party season. Direct365 is proposing that employers ‘breathalyse’ employees who might still be over the limit when they return to work the next morning, to improve safety.
As the Christmas season invites us to get merry, it can be easy to get carried away at the office party. Expert Market have made a guide for you to follow when attending your own festive functions. Help Keep HRreview Free with a Small Donation If you enjoy our content, please support us… Select the amount you would…
This Christmas, an Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) survey of UK managers and workers has revealed which misdemeanours at the Christmas party could cause you unease when you get back into the office. Almost 9 out of 10 workers (87 percent) have seen colleagues drink too much 48 percent have gone to work with…
Communicate – communication is key to the success of any company, so end the year with a company round up, showing your team how much value they bring and informing them of any changes set for the New Year. Regardless of how big or small, the best way to end the year and boost morale…
The planning started weeks ago and the date is already in the diary for the work Christmas party – but the majority of work partygoers would rather have the cash, new research from MetLife Employee Benefits shows. Its nationwide study of employees found 71% would rather have the cash the company spends per head as…