Avoiding the Nightmare before Christmas

Avoiding a nightmare before Christmas: Tips for Employers when planning your staff party

Did you know that employees attending work Christmas parties are generally considered to be acting in the course of their employment? That means you could be held responsible for any injuries or inappropriate behaviour that may take place, especially where free-flowing alcohol is involved.

For employment law advice or a pre-Christmas policy review, contact Sajen Legal on 1800 640 509.


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