The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

When the holidays hit the workplace, HR professionals need to ensure morale stays high and the annual festivities roll along smoothly

No matter the company, the months of November and December always challenge HR executives and office managers. Not only do employees need time off, but company morale might sag, and then there’s the annual get-together requiring many balls to be juggled, many considerations to take seriously.

Also, today’s diverse workforce expects holiday parties and other events to reflect the varied faiths and backgrounds making up the workplace. This time of year can’t be focused on just Christmas and Christianity-based themes.

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Dave Silverberg

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David is a freelance journalist, editor, writing coach, workshop facilitator, spoken word poet, and former artistic director of Toronto Poetry Slam. I’ve been published in dozens of publications such as The Washington Post, The Globe & Mail, The Toronto Star, BBC News, Business Insider, Vice, Popular Mechanics, New Scientist, and many more.


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