The Holidays are here, and office holiday parties are in full swing. Traditionally the idea has been to relax and let your hair down with colleagues. However, some people are getting too relaxed and with allegations of sexual harassment dominating the news, some companies are making changes this year starting with the open bar policy. One way to cut down on possible fallouts for a company is to avoid serving alcohol. “Less than half of companies are planning to serve alcohol at their holiday parties this year,” said Andrew Challenger with the firm Challenger Gray & Christmas. Some companies have started rationing cocktails by issuing drink tickets. Others are just canceling their parties and giving each employee a share of the money that would have paid for the event.
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