Throwing a Holiday Party Without Potential Legal Issues

According to human resources and employment news site HR Morning, holiday parties can be a problem for employers.

While an office party is a wonderful opportunity to mingle , show your appreciation for your staff and get to know them better in a fun setting, Chauvel & Glatt wants you to be aware of the liability associated with these events. Whether the party is held in your office or other location, make sure your festive party is planned responsibly to protect yourself and your employees from potential legal issues.

To learn more, read HR Morning’s story on why holiday parties can be HR disasters and what you can do to ensure your own event is held responsibly and is fun for everyone.

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