We’re certainly on our way towards Christmas! If you haven’t done so already, it’s time to start planning the end of year work party. Teams are always keen to get festive and social with their colleagues, it’s a great way to have a lot of fun with the people you have worked hard with all year long…. But what if it all goes hAyWiRe and you are left with an awkward situation to manage?? What to do?? As an employer there are steps you can take to minimise any impact on your business and ensure everyone experiences a safe environment.
Typically at this time of year, here at Impact HR we often see the same business concerns. Some businesses experience a ‘ramping up’ of service provision and some a ‘quietening down’ over the Christmas break. Whichever way your business ‘cookie crumbles’ it’s important to be ahead of the pack, plan accordingly and ensure you have the systems in place to support your business longevity.
The sound of Christmas carols and the planning of the work Christmas party has commenced, it’s that time of year again! Staff are keen to get festive and social with their colleagues, fun to be had by all! ………Next minute the Christmas party has gone hAyWiRe and you are left with an awkward situation to manage, what to do…..? As an employer there are steps you can take to minimise the impact on your business and ensure a safe environment.
We all love Christmas and the holiday season. As HR consultants, we’re asked to advice from professional guidelines to ensure that parties and celebrations don’t turn into incidents as well as great party ideas. This time of year should be a great time for business, with customers either excitedly spending more or allowing you that time to focus a little more internally on all the things you’ve planned to get done but haven’t had time to do. Your employees are looking forward to the Christmas party and a chance to unwind and celebrate the year’s achievements. But unfortunately, it can also be an event that affects both business and careers well past the end of the party.
We all love Christmas and the holiday season. As HR consultants, we are asked to advise upon professional guidelines to ensure that parties and celebrations don’t turn into incidents. Here are our 5 top tips for ensuring your Christmas Party is remembered for all the right reasons