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Nearly 40% of workers are happy their office won’t be hosting a holiday party in 2020, according to a recent survey by Convene.
Companies are full of holiday cheer this year: Most plan to host holiday parties to end 2018, and 41 percent will spend more than last year. (Don’t even think about skipping.)
The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means company parties. Find out which cities have the best—and worst—office celebrations.
A singing chicken, two left-handed gloves, and a coconut bra are among some of the most unusual — and inappropriate — holiday gifts exchanged in the workplace.
As the holiday season kicks off, many workers are starting to wonder if it’s appropriate to exchange gifts at work. What works and what doesn't?
For those organizations throwing holiday parties this year, there's this advice to employees from Nathan Jamail, author of The Playbook Series.
It is possible to enjoy the office holiday party without having regrets the next day. And in this tough employment climate, who really wants to start 2012 searching for a new job?