Posted January 28, 2011 by

Fourth of July Office Party

Well, it’s about time for the fourth of July, also known as Independence Day. This is when Americans gather with their families and friends to celebrate life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. If you’re an employer, why not share this special occasion with employees by having a fourth of July office party. It could serve as a pick me up for all employees, from those with entry level jobs to the more seasoned professionals. They can help with the food, games, and even decorations.
Speaking of the decorations for a fourth of July office party, one expert offers these suggestions:

Decide on the scope of your decorating – Ex. – patriotic hats and noise blowers
Pick between July 4 decorations that are reusable or throwaways – Ex. – figurines and nylon flags that can be used repeatedly
Settle on an overall theme for your gathering – Ex. – a costume party
Our expert provides some personal recommendations employers may also want to consider for their parties (see link below).
So, employers, if you want to bring your employees together to celebrate our country’s independence, then think about having a fourth of July office party. Just make sure it doesn’t create any unnecessary fireworks, if you know what I mean.
Knowing how to conduct yourself at any holiday office party is important, especially if you just got an entry level job. For some good tips, read Holiday Office Party Advice.
Happy Fourth of July!
Information provided by M. Krasniak.
Source
http://www.business.com/directory/retail_and_consumer_services/party_supplies/holidays/fourth_of_july/

Originally posted by William Frierson

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Posted January 28, 2011 by

Fourth of July Office Party

Well, it’s about time for the fourth of July, also known as Independence Day. This is when Americans gather with their families and friends to celebrate life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. If you’re an employer, why not share this special occasion with employees by having a fourth of July office party. It could serve as a pick me up for all employees, from those with entry level jobs to the more seasoned professionals. They can help with the food, games, and even decorations.
Speaking of the decorations for a fourth of July office party, one expert offers these suggestions:

Decide on the scope of your decorating – Ex. – patriotic hats and noise blowers
Pick between July 4 decorations that are reusable or throwaways – Ex. – figurines and nylon flags that can be used repeatedly
Settle on an overall theme for your gathering – Ex. – a costume party
Our expert provides some personal recommendations employers may also want to consider for their parties (see link below).
So, employers, if you want to bring your employees together to celebrate our country’s independence, then think about having a fourth of July office party. Just make sure it doesn’t create any unnecessary fireworks, if you know what I mean.
Knowing how to conduct yourself at any holiday office party is important, especially if you just got an entry level job. For some good tips, read Holiday Office Party Advice.
Happy Fourth of July!
Information provided by M. Krasniak.
Source
http://www.business.com/directory/retail_and_consumer_services/party_supplies/holidays/fourth_of_july/

Originally posted by William Frierson

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