Don’t Let the Company Holiday Party Turn into a Lawsuit

It’s that time of year again: Many businesses are celebrating the holidays and end of the year by hosting office parties.

The intention is to let employees socialize and have some fun away from work. But be careful, warns Dallas employment attorney Rogge Dunn of the Rogge Dunn Group. Don’t forget to behave like a professional.

“Think of it as​ a political event that is being videotaped,” said Mr. Dunn. “Any false step by you could be reviewed and dissected by highly critical ‘Monday morning quarterbacks.’”

He is sharing practical tips to company and business leaders to help avoid liabilities that could arise from a holiday party:

  • Limit the impact of alcohol
  • Check your insurance
  • Manage transportation
  • Keep the environment and location professional

For more information or to arrange an interview with Rogge Dunn, please contact Sophia Reza at 800-559-4534 or sophia@androvett.com.

 

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