Planning Your Employee Party: Keys to a Celebration Without Litigation
Learn ways to be strategic in planning and hosting events.
Enable employers to host events to demonstrate their appreciation for hard work and commitment. Events are important for morale, employee engagement, and employee retention. This is especially true after the Pandemic and in light of the Great Resignation. Social events, involvement in the community, and holiday parties are integral for a successful business. This presentation is designed to enable employers to hold these events without creating unnecessary risk. In the past, free-flowing alcohol led to problems when some employees drank more than they should. Inebriated employees lose inhibition and that impacts how they interact with others. This has led to far too many complaints of sexual harassment and bullying. Inebriated employees also get into automobile accidents which can create liability. This material reviews steps that employers can take to hold great events while minimizing risk. Gain many suggestions that you can take back to your team that will be of value when planning events or business trips.
- You will be able to identify potential risks associated with office parties and celebrations.
- You will be able to describe steps that can be taken to minimize risk while still having celebrations.
- You will be able to discuss strategies for having office events in the safest possible way.
- You will be able to recognize ways to be strategic in planning and hosting events wonderful and safe events.
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