Guide To Kansas City Holiday Work Parties

For those with a jorb that offers this kind of double-edged benefit . . . A well-versed local author offers a guide to etiquette, decorum and insight into the tradition for those of us who are unfamiliar with the luxury.

Still . . . Nothing is going to top Miley twerking on Santa back in 2013 . . . So it's probably best to mind your manners. 

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"Like it or not, however, the holiday work party is most definitely not a thing of the past. At its best, it can be lots of fun and a great tool for team building, boosting morale, facilitating networking, recognizing great work, and strengthening all kinds of relationships, especially for employees who work mostly from home. At its worst, it can be something everyone dreads."

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Making the Most Out of Work Parties - IN Kansas City Magazine

"What I don't like about office Christmas parties," Phyllis Diller once said, "is looking for a job the next day." We all know the type of party she was talking about-that's what makes the joke funny-but the drunken, debauched office party is pretty much a thing of the past.