How to throw a fun and safe office holiday party
To help make sure the party is a happy event that celebrates a good year, there are some things to watch out for – “Crain’s Cleveland Business” put together a list of some of the top to think about.
• Host the party offsite, employ professional servers and direct them not to serve alcohol to intoxicated guests. Designate a particular person to whom they can report intoxicated guests.
• Check all pertinent insurance policies. Despite the best of intentions, lawsuits still happen. Make sure you have taken the appropriate action to ensure you are covered in a worst-case situation.
• Make attendance optional. No one should feel forced to attend the party or participate in certain festivities that may conflict with their individual beliefs.
For a longer list of Do’s and Don’ts be sure to read the entire article “Beware of Pouring Another Cup of Cheer at Holiday Parties”
If you have any questions about liquor liability, be sure to contact your broker at Tegner-Miller Insurance Brokers, 310-828-9662.