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THE HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 2016


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Christmas party DON’T CONVERSE FOR TOO


LONG WITH THE SAME PERSON Mr Hanson: “An easy trap to fall


into is that you find someone you like who you want to talk to and you stay with them for the entire evening. “Well, that person probably wants


to talk to other people and other people probably want to talk to that person. “Try not to hog people - 10 or 15 minutes is fine.”


THANK THE HOST Ms Bryant said: “It is well-


mannered to send a thank-you email the following day to bosses and those who helped organised the party.” Mr Hanson said: “If you are


going to somebody’s party, make sure you turn up with a gift - it does not look good to be empty handed. “Avoid flowers that are uncut


because it gives the hostess a job as she has to then go and put them in water. “It doesn’t have to be a big


present - a box of chocolates or bottle of champagne is fine.”


DON’T LEAVE TOO EARLY Mr Mustapha said: “In most


cases, a lot of time and energy has been spent planning the Christmas party. Don’t leave after the first hour. “The Christmas party is the


ideal place to let your hair down and unwind after what’s most likely been a stressful year of work.”


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