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Tips For Proper Corporate Work Party Etiquette

A corporate party at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC

It’s that time of the year again: time for your corporate holiday party! But before you put on that ugly sweater and pop the champagne, familiarize yourself with the do’s of corporate holiday party etiquette at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC.

Hosting a party can be a lot of work, but proper etiquette will save you embarrassment and help you enjoy your time without being stressed that you’re doing something “wrong”. Here are a few tips to help you mind your manners during your corporate holiday party!

Don’t Charge Admission

When planning your corporate holiday party, make sure that everyone can attend. This means ensuring you aren’t charging your guests to participate in the soiree. If you don’t have the budget to hold the event you want without asking your guests to chip in, scale back your expenses. Nobody wants to pay to party.

Timing Is Everything

The next consideration when planning your corporate holiday party is the time of the event. Make sure it is a convenient time for the majority of your guests. This means if you include spouses and family members in your event, you should host after business hours, or if you host your event during the day, your employees can step away from their desks to attend.

Send Invitations

Make sure if you are hosting a corporate holiday party that, you send out invitations in advance and request an RSVP so you know how many people will be attending. This will give your guests as much time as they need to determine if they can attend, as well as give you an accurate headcount for planning purposes.

Keep it Clear

Every party has etiquette for both guests and hosts, so be sure to ask your guests to behave appropriately. This means outlining proper behavior, attire, and things like alcohol consumption. You may want to hand out drink tickets to limit the alcohol employees consume so they don’t end up overdoing it.

Safety First

Be sure to make sure your employees are safe during your event. Have transportation ready if your employees become too intoxicated to drive, provide sanitizer and masks for those who need them, and offer allergy-free, Kosher, gluten-free, and vegetarian or vegan meals for those with dietary restrictions.

Be Inclusive

If you have employees, be sure to book a venue like Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC, which is fully accessible. Furthermore, include all holidays in your party, or simply make it non-denominational. There are many holidays celebrated by a variety of religions this time of year, and nobody wants to feel excluded.

Make It Fun

No matter what you do, make your event fun for everyone with entertainment, games, or team-building activities. If you’re interested in booking your holiday event at an accessible venue in the heart of Tribeca, please contact Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC today!


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