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4 Tips For Making Employees Behave At Holiday Parties

Law360, New York (December 11, 2017, 5:40 PM EST) -- Holiday parties are supposed to be a chance to cut loose at the end of the year and celebrate the successes that came along the way, but this season employers are worried these traditionally boozy bashes could land them on the growing list of companies accused of letting workers behave badly, attorneys say.

Attorneys whose practice involves counseling employers on avoiding legal issues have lately been busy dispensing advice on how clients can give their workers a good time while keeping them well-behaved.

“The employers I’m talking with are really trying to discourage situations that may lead to their employees behaving...

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