Office parties are often seen as joyless, stodgy affairs where everyone is being extra careful not to do anything HR will get mad about. That makes them great for networking and trying to move up the corporate ladder, but not so great for fun. But the Michael Scotts of the world beg to differ. A lot of employers talk up how they’re not just another corporate company—it’s all about working hard and playing hard. It's a time to unwind and get loose, not swap business contacts. What do you think?
Are office holiday parties for networking or fun?
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