This week, AccountingWEB blogger Maria Krowicki shares some tips
for how to behave at the office party. I have my own personal
caveats to add to the list.
* Don't skip the party. While office parties aren't required
events, your boss is footing the bill for a reason. Use this
opportunity to demonstrate that you have social skills and your
boss will be relieved to know you can communicate comfortably
* Don't over-indulge. You already know you shouldn't get drunk
at an office event. Don't over-eat either. Follow Scarlett
O'Hara's lead and eat something before you go to the party so
you won't make a pig of yourself.
* Don't be the entertainment. 'Nuf said.
Gail Perry, CPA
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