The holiday season yields plenty of opportunities to spread cheer, merriment and show gratitude to those that play
significant roles in your life – including your employees. One of the most
appreciated ways to express this is by giving the green light to let loose and
socialize. We’re talking, of course, about hosting a company holiday party.
Everyone can let their hair down, put work aside, and get to know each other on
a more interpersonal level.
Regrettably, many corporate employees dread
their annual holiday party because, well, they simply aren’t fun. Perhaps
people feel as if they’re walking on eggshells, or maybe the environment doesn’t
feel like a place where people can truly let their guard down around their
superiors. Here are some helpful tips to help you throw a successful holiday
party that your staff will look forward to each year.
Read, ‘How to Retain Top Talent: 4 Helpful Tips’ for more insight on boosting employee morale.
As the cold weather moves in and the holiday season begins, it is time to bring out the lights and decorations to help celebrate the season. This is a time of excitement, so it can be easy to overlook the potential hazards of lights and decorations. The main areas of concern are fire and electric shock hazards from holiday lighting, and falls from ladders when putting up the decorations. Follow these tips to keep everyone safe this holiday season. (more…)
Your organization’s holiday party is right around the corner, and it’s time to eat, drink and be merry! In moderation, that is.
Letting loose and partying with your fellow coworkers may sound necessary after a long year, but let’s remember the fact that you do have a professional reputation to maintain. Believe me, it’s still going to be about business, no matter how festive the occasion is. Here is some advice to help the evening go as smoothly as possible. (more…)
It was a pleasure visiting with you yesterday! We have arranged for your insurance to be in place for December 24th and continue for the next year.
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