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Posted on: Oct 24, 2018

From The Balance:

The holiday season can be a very tricky time in the workplace. All those holiday parties, gift exchanges, feeding frenzies and other holiday celebrations can get in the way of normal work activities, resulting in a significant loss of productivity. They can also make your colleagues who don't observe the same holidays or celebrate them differently uncomfortable.

Don't let all the festivities get in the way of regular business operations—most organizations can't afford to take the month of December off. We should also respect our coworkers with whom we must share workspace for the other 11 months of the year. Here are six rules to help you deal with the holiday season at work.

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