The Do’s and Don’ts of Company Holiday Parties
Pro tips for the best holiday party…like, ever.
DO strut your holiday spirit:
Put a festive touch on your holiday party outfit. Bonus points if you convince everyone else to do it.
DON’T be hangry:
Your party menu should include options for vegetarian and gluten-free diets as well as guests with food allergies. No one likes to feel left out (or starve).
DO plan your company holiday party ahead of time:
Prioritize your company party, especially if you have a large group. You aren’t the only one who wants the hottest venue.
DON’T forget to plan a few surprises:
Ask Santa or his elves to make an extra stop at your company’s holiday event. Promise extra milk and cookies if you have to.
DO a charitable activity:
It’s the season of giving. Build a wagon, assemble care packages, or send supplies to families in need.
DON’T leave without taking lots of pictures:
Capture all the memories of your big bash, and remember to post some to your social media accounts.
DO hire a professional:
Planning a company holiday party can be downright exhausting. When you let the pros handle the details, you can enjoy the party as a guest rather than an event coordinator. To see what this looks like, hop over to our section on corporate holiday parties.