To Party or Not to Party? That is the Holiday Question

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Has anyone thought it was a bad idea to throw a holiday party for all those hard-working, sometimes underpaid employees who have given the better part of each day to make your company great? Or even for those who may not be such ideal employees?

A party is a party and, as an employer, you always look good and gain karma points for having one. Right? Sure! But have you given thought to what that party may cost you and your employees? We’re not talking about the grilled salmon, cheesecake bites and bar tab costs. We are talking about bigger and potentially much more enduring costs.

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