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HRM CA | 06 Dec 2013, 12:00 AM Agree 0
Tie askew, ladders in stockings, smeared makeup… the Christmas party can be the best networking opportunity of the year, or it can be a messy, messy downfall. Here’s how to keep it together this Xmas.
  • Joseph Cole | 06 Dec 2013, 09:44 AM Agree 0
    a careful caution with item 5- I have heard the same gossip on Monday morning, at three different company parties- Did you see so-n-so taking all that the food/dinner favours/centre pieces (etc)- well luckily for the object of the gossip- I was there to provide context to the action- in one case the untouched left overs were being kept for a homeless luncheon the next day, the centre pieces were a rental from her home based craft company and the dinner favours (wrapped chocolates and candy canes) were going to the children's in reponse to your closing question-
    YES, I can live with being THAT guy!..(without the doggie bags tho!)
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