HRM’s Christmas Party Survey


So, how was that office Christmas party?

Happy New Year! Before you get settled into 2018, we have a couple of final questions about 2017. And they all have to do with your workplace Christmas party.

If you weren’t aware, at the end of last year we published two competing articles. One argued that the Christmas party should be axed, the other that it should be venerated. The passionate responses we got made us think, how did people’s parties actually go?

So if you have the time, and you’re of the mind, please spend a couple of minutes filling out the below survey. The answers you give are completely anonymous. In fact, they’re so anonymous that it would be pretty easy for you to answer the survey lots of times without us knowing (but please don’t do that).

The survey is now closed. Thank you to everybody who participated! We will be going through your answers to create an article, and as part of a planned podcast series HRM currently has in pre-production.

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We put effort in decorating our restaurant for this party, and the whole concept and set up was great. All staff was shocked to see the outcome of the decorations. It was a wow factor to them. Reason we do that is because we wish to give our best for staff to seat down and have a proper meal & in the meanwhile tried Restaurant food. In this way all staff is able to assist in the Management to up sell and promote our restaurant and the products. All staff was well behaved and we have no issue. In conjunction… Read more »

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HRM’s Christmas Party Survey


So, how was that office Christmas party?

Happy New Year! Before you get settled into 2018, we have a couple of final questions about 2017. And they all have to do with your workplace Christmas party.

If you weren’t aware, at the end of last year we published two competing articles. One argued that the Christmas party should be axed, the other that it should be venerated. The passionate responses we got made us think, how did people’s parties actually go?

So if you have the time, and you’re of the mind, please spend a couple of minutes filling out the below survey. The answers you give are completely anonymous. In fact, they’re so anonymous that it would be pretty easy for you to answer the survey lots of times without us knowing (but please don’t do that).

The survey is now closed. Thank you to everybody who participated! We will be going through your answers to create an article, and as part of a planned podcast series HRM currently has in pre-production.

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We put effort in decorating our restaurant for this party, and the whole concept and set up was great. All staff was shocked to see the outcome of the decorations. It was a wow factor to them. Reason we do that is because we wish to give our best for staff to seat down and have a proper meal & in the meanwhile tried Restaurant food. In this way all staff is able to assist in the Management to up sell and promote our restaurant and the products. All staff was well behaved and we have no issue. In conjunction… Read more »

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