Navigating the end-of-year office celebrations

As the office party season gets going, workplace mental health organisation Mente urges managers to be mindful about how they plan their celebrations.

It might not be December yet, but many people are already talking about their office Christmas celebrations. Yet as Christmas party season approaches, research shows that the tradition is disliked among large sections of the workforce. In fact, many employees have admitted that they would prefer to receive a small bonus rather than attend the office Christmas party....

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