7 Do’s and Don’ts for the Office Holiday Party

Here are some important reminders for your office holiday party.
Conversation - Office Holiday Party
The office party is a great time to bond with your coworkers through casual, light-hearted conversation. This is not a good time to be brutally honest.

Dancefloor - Office Holiday PartyLet loose on the dancefloor and show your coworkers your best moves. Just don’t get so crazy that you end up making a mess.

Compliments - Office Holiday Party
Parties are always a great time to grab facetime with your boss. Just don’t use it as an opportunity to share your affection for them out of the blue.

Hooking up - Office Holiday Party
Hooking up is to be expected at most office parties, just do it discreetly.

Photobooth - Office Holiday Party
The photos from the party are the proof you were there and had a great time, not a time to show off your questionable comedic instincts.

Leaving - Office Holiday Party
Make sure to leave before the party is over and not after everyone has already left.

Next day - Office Holiday Party
Show up for work the next day and you’ll stand out amongst your coworkers. Sleep under your desk with a bottle of wine will also make you stand out.

About the author

Sarah Cooper

Sarah Cooper is an author and speaker. Her first book, 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings, landed at #1 on Amazon in the Books > Humor > Business humor > Paperback books > Books with pages > Handheld books category.

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