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Keep Employees Safe at Your Workplace Holiday Party

Workplace holiday parties are a time for merriment — but no one’s spirits will be bright if alcohol or drug abuse ruins the evening!

While we think that it’s important to allow your employees to blow off some steam and enjoy themselves during the holiday season, serving alcohol at your office party can be a risk.

Here are some alternatives to the typical boozy bash that will still keep your workers happy these holidays!

Throw a Safe Holiday Party at Your Workplace!

Cookie Decorating

For a fun office party, ask each department to bake cookies, then bring in icing, sprinkles, and candies to decorate! To encourage more bonding and creativity, pit each group against each other in a gingerbread decorating contest. Nobody needs alcohol to enjoy decorating delicious cookies!

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Grab your socks and head to your local lanes for some bowling! Employees will enjoy bonding with each other as they try to get the highest score. You can even offer a trophy to the winner and make it a yearly tradition.

Volunteering

The holiday season is the perfect time to round up your workforce and make a difference in the community. Whether you head to the local food pantry to help package donations, spend time at an animal shelter, or carol at the retirement home, taking your employees to volunteer is a great alternative to a typical holiday office party.

Keeping Your Workplace Sober This Season

ARCpoint Labs of Worcester can serve as your partner in drug and alcohol testing. We can not only help you write your drug-free workplace policy, we can also help conduct your drug and alcohol testing! To start, call (774) 314-9551.

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