Holiday Party Etiquette: Stay on the Nice List

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Holiday Party Etiquette: Stay on the Nice List

Engage CEO, Jay Starkman, talks to Business News Daily about company holiday party Dos and Dont's.

"Make sure that employees understand that the company's sexual harassment and retaliation policies are in effect 24/7 – this includes company social events," Starkman told Business News Daily. He also suggests asking your leadership team to keep their ears and eyes open for potential issues at the holiday party."

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