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Holiday Parties: Minimizing Employer Liability

For many companies, this December will be the first time since 2019 that employees can come together for an in-person holiday party. However, mental health experts warn that more employees may be dealing with alcohol addiction than in years past, and managers should be mindful of employees who are in recovery or trying to cut back on their alcohol consumption.
Here's How Managers Can Make the Office Holiday Party Recovery-Friendly
SHRM | Nov 2022

Holiday Party Memo
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Can Employers Offer Cannabis Cookies at the Holiday Party?
SHRM | Nov 2021

Law Firm Articles

Holiday Safety Liabilities and Tips to Limit Employer Liability at Company Parties
Seyfarth | Dec 2022

Planning a Holiday Party to Reduce Legal Risk
Nexsen Pruet | Dec 2022

Easy on the Booze, No Flirting, Weed Is Still Illegal—Let's Party!
Today's General Counsel | Oct 2022

Alcohol at Company Events: Guidelines for Mitigating Risk at Holiday Gatherings
Woodruff Sawyer | Nov 2022

Let the Gifts Be the Only Surprise at the Company Holiday Party
Robinson Cole | Nov 2022

Let’s Talk Turkey about Holiday Parties
Crowe & Dunlevy | Nov 2022

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