As a business owner, manager, or supervisor, you understand the importance of making your employees feel acknowledged and appreciated. So, when it comes to celebrating your employees for their special milestones and achievements, we are all for it! We also embrace the idea of taking time to celebrate other special moments with your staff!
If you are considering taking some time out with your business staff to celebrate the holidays, you’ll need to decide where the activity will take place, who will cover the costs, and other logistics. As you make these decisions, here are a few more things to keep in mind.
Companies that Cater to Millennials
Some more progressive offices catering to Millennials are now not only permitting, but also offering alcoholic beverages as a perk in the workplace. These other companies may view the benefits of permitting alcohol to include increased socialization within the organization and consequently improving employee collaboration as well as promoting more open, creative thinking. Moreover, they believe the laid-back atmosphere attracts their target employees: Millennials. Companies allowing alcohol are typically in urban areas where employees walk or take public transportation to and from work – and these companies don’t usually play in the healthcare, transportation or construction-related industries.
However, when it comes to alcohol in the workplace, we believe that the safest and best practice is simply not allowing it. Avoiding alcohol consumption in the office is best to prevent any danger or injuries to employees, customers, suppliers, or others. In addition, the following are important drawbacks associated with permitting alcohol in the workplace.
Alcohol in the Workplace Drawbacks
Potential Liability Claims
What types of liability claims more commonly arise from a work event involving alcohol?
Reduce Company Risk
Since the company may be liable for any incidents or accidents that occur at the office, or even after the event, the best way to reduce liability is to avoid serving alcohol. If the company feels compelled to offer alcoholic beverages, then the company should:
We believe in celebrating our employees and creating an inclusive, enjoyable work environment. Work anniversary or holiday parties are a great way to let employees know they are truly appreciated! As you plan these events, be sure to delineate your company policy on alcohol and make sure to reduce any potential risks at these events.
If your company or employees were involved in an incident or accident related to a work event or celebration, Goldman & Daszkal, P.A. may be able to help. Contact us at (954) 428-9333 or www.goldmandaszkal.com.
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