Top 10 Hits for a Liability-Free Holiday Party

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9. “MANIC MONDAY” BY THE BANGLES

When planning the day to hold the office holiday party, consider not hosting the party on a “fun day,” such as a Thursday or a weekend. By picking a day early or in the middle of the week, employees will be more likely to monitor their behavior, recognizing that much of the work week is still ahead of them, and will be less likely to call in sick the next day, knowing that they will have to return to work before the week is out. Alternatively, a company may opt to host a daytime rather than evening party during normal business hours as another way of keeping the revelry under control.



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