Company Christmas parties can be a jolly good time, but a lot can go wrong. Overdrinking, under-dressing, bad dancing and inappropriate flirting, to name a few. Here are some etiquette tips to help you party on without losing your dignity or your job.
Everyone has the right to eat, drink and be merry during the holidays. Just tread lightly at the company shindig. It can be a slippery slope when the
drinks are flowing and free of charge. You DO NOT want to be the guy in the fetal position under the table. Your boss and colleagues will not forget. And
you will get nicknames. Bad ones. Pace yourself.
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Hit TV show "The Office" works for one good reason: Every office has a few crazy characters. Here's a look at the 10 types we could do without, from the etiquette-challenged to the lunch-crazed. Hey, if you're going to eat like that, Mr. Seagull, you're gonna have to live with the reputation.
Maybe you've seen Bluetooth Johnson, the bathroom texter or Han Solo, a.k.a, the holster master, in action. But hopefully, you don't see any of these 12 annoying cell phone characters when you look in the mirror.