Office holiday parties offer respite from the usual stress of work, but they are also notorious opportunities to embarrass yourself. Here’s how to navigate your holiday party without waking up with regrets.
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Folks, it’s holiday party season, that simultaneously wonderful and regrettable time of year where people of all creeds come together to worship their true gods: free booze, bad sweaters, and Mariah Carey’s secular classic, “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” While office parties, if you’re lucky enough to have them,…
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