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Ah, the good ol' office Christmas party. Always lots of fun and never disappoints. It feels good to just "hang out" with your co-workers, doesn't it? Related: 7 Tips For Planning A Holiday Office Party Well, as easy it is to "let loose" during the office Christmas party, be smart about it. If you're not careful, you could end up in a sticky wicket. Here's a brief summary of the things you should do to avoid some awkward office situations:

  1. Make time for breakfast.
  2. Turn up.
  3. Dress appropriately.
  4. Don't get too smashed.
  5. Chat. Behave.
  6. Be careful what you post.
  7. Don't make a 'wince' buy.
  8. Don't be a 'mistle-hoe.'
  9. Plan ahead.
  10. Say thanks.
  11. Plan a hangover cure.
Check out this detailed infographic for more in-depth tips on surviving your office Christmas party: Guide to Surviving your Office Christmas Party Infographic Infographic provided by Corporate Entertainment Professionals

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